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Had a nice catch-up with a friend and he was kind enough to write some words about our conversation. Short and sweet. Thanks for the chat Geoff! I’ve temporarily added the link to my profile if you’d like to read it. Or type this in your browser: www.gbutler.co/marklucas
Last light 11 x 14. Available. Trying out a new frame. Swipe left to view it. What do you think of white frames? I’ve been liking a lot of paintings in white frames lately.
Cali Hillside Little 8 x 10 color study
Pebble Beach Cliffs. 11 x 14. Available. Still have some of these floater frames left. (Swipe to view) Email me: mark@markjameslucas.com for pricing.
Carmel Sunset 11 x 14. Available with frame or without!
Salt Creek, Smoot, Wyoming. Finally getting to some paintings of locations that I’ve been meaning to get to. This creek ran beside the road on my way through Wyoming after I spent some time in Utah in 2018. So many more scenes like this lined up in the queue.
Cypress on 17 Mile Drive. 16 x 20. Available. Framed or unframed. DM for details. Be healthy and safe, all!
For quite a while I’ve been more interested in the color within the shadows than the highlights. There’s always so much going on there. The color of the actual object, and cast or reflected light are things that influence the color. This study was an exercise in observing the shadows and capturing the transitions on this foggy day. It’s also interesting observing the mood on a foggy day and trying to capture the light. Muted colors in the distance with more color in the foreground. There was so much going on in this scene that I had to edit some trees stumps out. I liked ‘em but if everyone in the symphony is playing at once, it’s chaos and hurts the ears. This one is an 8 x 10 and is available. Swipe right to see it in a frame. DM me for details!
Near Pebble Beach, CA. Working out the problems at a small size. 8 x 10. One correct stroke of correct value, color and edge is faster than several larger strokes. An 8 x 10 at this size only takes about 1-2 hours as opposed to if it were 16 x 20, might take a full day. Possibly 2. I’d rather only invest an hour or two to see if I like it, vs. a day. Happy isolation ‘aryone. Hope you’re working on some hobbies.
Eucalyptus Trees at The Getty
Had a nice catch-up with a friend and he was kind enough to write some words about our conversation. Short and sweet. Thanks for the chat Geoff! I’ve temporarily added the link to my profile if you’d like to read it. Or type this in your browser: www.gbutler.co/marklucas
Last light 11 x 14. Available. Trying out a new frame. Swipe left to view it. What do you think of white frames? I’ve been liking a lot of paintings in white frames lately.
Cali Hillside Little 8 x 10 color study
Pebble Beach Cliffs. 11 x 14. Available. Still have some of these floater frames left. (Swipe to view) Email me: mark@markjameslucas.com for pricing.
Carmel Sunset 11 x 14. Available with frame or without!
Salt Creek, Smoot, Wyoming. Finally getting to some paintings of locations that I’ve been meaning to get to. This creek ran beside the road on my way through Wyoming after I spent some time in Utah in 2018. So many more scenes like this lined up in the queue.
Cypress on 17 Mile Drive. 16 x 20. Available. Framed or unframed. DM for details. Be healthy and safe, all!
For quite a while I’ve been more interested in the color within the shadows than the highlights. There’s always so much going on there. The color of the actual object, and cast or reflected light are things that influence the color. This study was an exercise in observing the shadows and capturing the transitions on this foggy day. It’s also interesting observing the mood on a foggy day and trying to capture the light. Muted colors in the distance with more color in the foreground. There was so much going on in this scene that I had to edit some trees stumps out. I liked ‘em but if everyone in the symphony is playing at once, it’s chaos and hurts the ears. This one is an 8 x 10 and is available. Swipe right to see it in a frame. DM me for details!
Near Pebble Beach, CA. Working out the problems at a small size. 8 x 10. One correct stroke of correct value, color and edge is faster than several larger strokes. An 8 x 10 at this size only takes about 1-2 hours as opposed to if it were 16 x 20, might take a full day. Possibly 2. I’d rather only invest an hour or two to see if I like it, vs. a day. Happy isolation ‘aryone. Hope you’re working on some hobbies.
Eucalyptus Trees at The Getty
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