This painting was photographed today while still wet, right after I finished painting it. It is on stretched canvas and the sides of the canvas have also been painted, so it can be hung unframed if so desired. There are subtle touches of pink in the waves and water that the camera did not pick up fully. Overall, I am satisfied with this painting. I worked on two other miniature paintings today, as well, and both of them have been posted before as acrylics but today I reworked them in oils and I am much happier with the way they look now. May post them again soon so you can compare the old version vs. the new oil version. I much prefer working in oils and the way they handle and blend.
This a very recent painting I had great fun painting. It is painted on stretched canvas whose sides are also painted, so it could be hung unframed. However, I recommend a frame to give it more of an eloquent look. It is just a matter of personal preference. Hope you enjoy and come visit again soon.
This painting completes the set of pink waterlily paintings. There will be a discount given if someone buys all three of the posted pink waterlily paintings at one time- together. I intend to paint more pink waterlilies soon, probably in oil. I like this size canvas; it would be good for seascapes especially.
The reference photos for this painting were also taken at the pavilion at Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu. This painting would be a nice companion to yesterday's post of "We Two" which was of the same size panel and same color and type of waterlilies. Hope you enjoy!
More waterlilies! Most of my waterlily reference photos are taken at a courtyard in a pavilion at Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu. It is a wonderful family beach; does not have the extreme high surf in the winter as the North Shore beaches experience. Thank you for stopping by and visiting my blog!