Le Clemenceau, French Riviera, oil on board, 6x6"

Le Clemenceau, French Riviera, oil on board, 6x6"

Six inches is just too small! I chose a 6×6″ panel for this project because I thought I’d just do something quick for Virtual Paintout and then get on with my “real” painting projects. But I end up putting just as much work into this small painting as I would a big one.

When it was “finished” I kept seeing one more little thing to adjust until suddenly it was 7:00 p.m. and it was too late to go to my REAL paintout/sketch group. And I had paint all over my hands because I’d taken off my gloves when I thought I was done an hour before.

What’s important is that I had fun and as with every painting, learned something. And I got to spend some time “on” the Cote d’Azur. Wow is that place spectacularly beautiful and loaded with wealth, from what I could see wandering around on Google Streetview. Here is the original scene on Streetview.

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  1. I know exactly what you mean about a painting consuming your evening! I’m with you, this was a fun location to play around in. I like your painting—it captures the feeling of golden light!

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  2. Wow, what a neat idea! And the painting has a charm that is not virtual at all, but completely and convincingly real.

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