Ojibway Club Art Show 2024

Across the Bay

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This is another painting completed on sight during as OSA retreat to Georgian Bay. The painting is oil on board. In the studio I finish the painting with a coat of varnish and mount it in a dark charcoal ash floater frame.

Travelling with a paintbox is not for the faint of heart, nor is it an easy transition for a studio painter as I have been for the nearly 50 years. I like a clean and tidy studio. I like to keep dry. And I like my subject to stay still. Painting outdoors is not like this. The light is continually changing, and the shadows come and go. The wind might strike up at any moment and whip away the easel.


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