by Joe Lambert
(Dublin, Ohio USA)
A friend of mine posted a video clip of the ocean rolling in and out on the beach in Florida, USA. I stopped the video in various places where the waves were just about to break, or where there was some other element of tenseness or expectation. I used that stop-action shot as the reference for this painting. It is done with Atelier Interactive acrylics, which I have been using for some time. The painting dimensions are 30 x 40 inches.
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Jan 25, 21 04:54 PM
Hi there! This is a mixed media with an acrylic block in process and finished with oils. The painting represents several locations on the west coast of
Dec 07, 20 06:37 PM
I love to take a late afternoon walk in Shepherd’s Bush Reserve which is near my house. One day when I was walking along, the late afternoon sun was shining
Dec 01, 20 06:50 PM
This is a performing artist that comes to our local Renaissance Fair every year. I got a couple of good photos of her and did this painting from it
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