Another empty water scene. I used a squeegee and brush to create this like most of the other water scenes I’ve painted. This one has some interesting and subtle texture particularly in the upper left portion of the image. I used interference paint underneath the texture that gives it a dynamic quality that you can see as you move around the painting. Most of these have been 18″ x 24″ and 20″ x 20″, I really want to make very large version at some point… so much to do!

5 thoughts on “Nowhere

  1. I am impressed with your decision to use interference paint! I had never heard of it before, so I had to check out Golden’s website to educate myself. It says when used on white/light-colored surfaces, the color of the paint is less obvious, though the “flip effect” is apparent. I am sure this is an interesting and beautiful addition to your atmospheric scenes! As usual, thank you for the inspiration and education, Brian Sostrom!


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