Thursday, August 28, 2008
Yet Another Seascape
Here´s another one.
Different beach, different view point.
In this scene I loved the fact that the ocean, though in constant motion, gives a feeling of tranquility and, because of the repetitiveness and predictability of it´s movements, a sense of permanence.
Posted by Ilse T.Hable at 7:57 AM 2 comments:
Labels: 30"x40", Las Palapas, oil on linen
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
My best client loves seascapes.
This one is not sold yet and I would not mind keeping it for myself. I have been to this beach dozens of times and on every occasion I find a new view that I simply have to paint. I can´t keep up!
Posted by Ilse T.Hable at 11:47 AM 2 comments:
Labels: 30"x30", oil on canvas, Sayulita Reflections
A couple of decades ago I was reluctant to paint seascapes. It seemed dangerous ground, not because I did not know how to paint one, but because so many hobby painters love this theme. (Along with reclining nudes and children´s portraits.)
And I did not want to be thrown in with the wrong group.
But no topic should be too intimidating nor too banal for a serious painter. In the end it´s what you make of it and I learned that among buyers, there is a taste for both good and bad interpretations. So, who´s to say?
Posted by Ilse T.Hable at 11:28 AM 1 comment:
Labels: 24"x47", oil on canvas, White Sand
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