Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Crashing waves

Arches, 28 x 25 cm

Another picture on the same subject. There is so much more in the sea theme to explore - boats, sails, ports and coves, stormy sea... I don't have to paint all of these now. If I get tired of the same subject I may decide to take a break with something entirely different. But it is exciting to know that there are still so many unexplored subjects.

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8 comments:

Jane said...

It is such a challenge to paint waves, but therefore very inspiring, the breaking of the waves here is exccellent Blaga, and the rocks look really slippery. Perfect!

Judy said...

Wow, another beautiful sea painting! The breaking waves are very well done.

Carol Blackburn said...

Great movement in the water and the crashing waves are done wonderfully, too.

Blaga said...

Jane, Judy, Carol, thank you for your nice comments. There were good advices on painting crashing waves in a book by F. Petrie, so I had to find an appropriate photo and try it.

AK said...

Crashing waves are always a pleasure to watch and paint. Beautifully captured.

Elvi said...

Stai diventando specialista del mare. questa onda è bellissima. Elvi

Blaga said...

Thank you, AK and Elvi! Indeed, painting the sea proved to be much fun.

Lydie said...

You managed to give life to this wave, great !