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Ocean wave painting, Original Seascape Oil painting
Painting: Oil on Canvas.
Materials: Stretched canvas, oil paints, palette knife
Height: 16 Inches (40 Centimeters);
Width: 16 Inches (40 Centimeters)
Depth: 0.6 Inches (1.5 Centimeters)
My painting oil on canvas, using mainly palette knife, with thick application, bold strokes, painterly detail and rich colors
Colorful painting would be a great addition to your palette knife art collection. The texture and strokes can be seen in the close-up photos.
Marinists have always tried to convey the sensations that a person faces when going out on the seashore; the enchanting sound of the surf, the endless horizon line, as well as the incomparable smell and feeling of freshness. I also want to stay true to this tradition.
In the painting "Coastal stones“, we see how left only a small window with a wonderful view, beckons to itself and makes the imagination” enliven" the picture. It seems that the picture frame is about to open, the oil landscape will dissolve into the opened sea panorama and the sound of the sea will be heard.
First of all, the eye catches the waves that rise, catch up with one another, and then together break on the shore. The massive black stones that the surf rolls on, with their inviolability, indicate that the water level at the shore is very low and thus gives a sense of security in front of the sea. The gaiety and playfulness of the waves are highlighted with light strokes, depicting the airiness of the spray and the serenity of the surrounding landscape. Light shades of seafoam, clearly contrast with the distant dark background-a calm dark sea that goes to the horizon. If the foreground with its playfulness, pushes, beckons to itself and allows you to hear the splashes of water and the sound of rolling waves, then in the background of the picture, the sea expanse is majestic and makes you forget about the immediate desire to go and plunge into the sea, requiring that a person first look at its grandiose latitudes and be impressed by these dimensions. Dark shades of blue show the true depth of the sea, and the solid horizon line emphasizes its size and reminds you that you always need to reckon with the elements and remember its power.
The picture suggests that it is important to remember the forces of the elements, that the sea can be light, light, playful, and serene, like sea foam, but it can also be dark, hard, and unyielding, like thousands of years of coastal