Recently, fellow Artfinder artist, Jill Griffin, came up with an idea for a project that she called 'One scene, many views'. The idea was that we all had the same reference photo, provided by Jill, and we each created our own interpretation of it.
It's a really interesting exercise in seeing the same scene through many different artists' eyes.
The original photograph was taken by Jill on a trip to Guernsey but while painting it I was also inspired by the coastline along the north coast of Scotland where I live.
I first used an acrylic medium to create the initial texture which I built up using acrylic paint and a palette knife.
As with all my art, this has been sprayed with a satin varnish to protect it from dust and UV light damage. This is a small deep set box canvas which will stand upright or can be hung as is without the need for a frame. My signature is on the side of the canvas where I prefer to sign most of my paintings but there isn't an option to mention this when listing the painting.
acrylic medium and acrylic paint