This final painting of the Challenge is also done with my webbing and spraying technique. I almost made two paintings out of the under painting but decided to try to develop an underwater ocean scene with the shapes which had been created. I'm happy that I decided to go with one because I could put in a few fish which I had promised my Grandson Will that I would add the next time I did one with the fishing theme. I did a little research on the "Brown Algae" that grows from the ocean floor upwards. That was my education lesson for the day. I've only been snorkeling once but think I need to go to warm waters and check it out again.
I'm one of the luckiest people to have such awesome friends and family! Thanks to each one of you who have commented and kept up my enthusiasm and creative juices flowing. I couldn't have done it without you! I learned more about myself and my emotions when deciding on a subject and design to enhance what is already there in the first layer. I love to paint even more and plan on continuing to commit to being in my studio each day.
Now to the marketing phase which isn't as much fun and obviously lots of work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, please let me know. Keep checking back on my website and blogs to see what I'm up to next......
Sharing my paintings with others is one of the joys in my life. Educating others about how I paint and the media I use is very important and why I wanted to reach out through this blog. Hope you will add a comment about what you see. What else would you like to see here?.
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