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UPDATE: So what happens when I paint All The Time? I learn things! "Morning at the Point" is one of my favorites for many reasons. And yet I chose to update this painting with a few color and value adjustments. (New photos now up.) I lightened the "air", intensified the "sun" while retaining the violet depths. Often, my husband comes into my studio with comments. I protest: "This is layer three! Come back after three hundred!" My technique of applying sponged transparent acrylic glazes lends itself to a very impressionist mark-making. See the detail image.

Morning at the Point. Quietly evocative of first morning light at the shore. 30"x30" cradled panel, no frame required, edges painted a neutral grey (like a shadow). Very many layers of textures and glazes in transparent acrylics. NO brushes used in creating this painting! (Sponges for texturing!)

"You need a room with No View so imagination can meet memory in the dark" (Annie Dillard). "Morning at the Point" is based on my memory of staying up all night on Wisconsin Point -- an experience I will never forget.
By the way: I love this painting so much, it hangs next to my bed so I can see when I go to sleep and I can awake "on point".

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Acrylic textures and glazes on cradled panel, sides painted a neutral grey -- like a shadow!

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Morning at the Point (2015)

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This artwork is sold by Valerie Berkely from United States

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