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by Jules Sharman
(Launceston Tasmania)

Movement - Acrylic on canvas

Movement - Acrylic on canvas

I'm still having a blast with acrylic seascapes. Am very pleased with some new tricks and techniques I discovered while painting this one - Movement.

It's all about enjoying the process and getting swept away myself. A fantastic break from reality, although I try to represent realism on the canvas as much as possible. It's just nice mentally escaping the hustle and bustle life brings.

It's Godfrey's beach - North West Tasmania area, which is captivating yet can be wild on the weather side. Similar to me actually, presents itself in extremes lol.

I love the Tasmanian coastline for it's variation and am currently working on a series of local locations. Look forward to sharing more with you all.

Until then take care and stay safe.

Kind Regards,
Jules Sharman.

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Sep 01, 2020
Great Waves!!!! NEW
by: Simon

Hi Jules,

This is such an impressive painting!! It's like I'm standing right there.. incredible.
Thank you so much for sharing. I will keep an eye for your next painting.

Don't Stop Making Waves, Jules!!!!
Be safe and well!!

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Aug 07, 2020
Thanks Rashmi
by: Jules Sharman

Thanks Rashmi,
Enjoy painting water and ocean - it's so relaxing I think.
Stay safe and warm.

Aug 07, 2020
Thanks Pam
by: Jules Sharman

Thanks so much Pam for taking your time to look and comment - really appreciate your kindness. You stay safe and take care xx

Aug 05, 2020
Movement NEW
by: Pamela Berrigan

Such a realistic painting with wonderful colours, depth and realism . Congratulations on a wonderful painting.

Aug 04, 2020
Beautiful NEW
by: Rashmi

Its really beautiful. I am trying my hand at painting ocean or sea waves. Alas water is my waterloo. Hopefully will manage.

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