Original artwork description:

This plein air oil painting captures the stunning beauty of Point Lobos Nature Reserve in California on a bright and sunny day. The focal point of the painting is a set of towering ocean cliffs that dominate the scene, with their rugged texture and jagged edges rendered in bold and juicy brushstrokes that bring them to life.

In the foreground, a small cove is visible, with crystal-clear turquoise water lapping gently at the shore. The shallow part of the cove is painted in vivid shades of blue-green, capturing the stunning clarity of the water and the way it reflects the bright sunlight above. The cove is surrounded by rocks and boulders, each one depicted in rich and detailed brushwork that gives them a sense of solidity and weight.
To the right of the cove, a sandy beach stretches out into the distance, with purplish-blue shadows cast across its surface by the towering cliffs behind.

Overall, this oil painting is a tribute to the natural beauty of Point Lobos Nature Reserve, capturing the vibrant colors and textures of the cliffs, cove, and beach in vivid detail. It's a perfect piece of art for anyone who loves the ocean and wants to bring a touch of California sunshine into their home.

Materials: Claessens Double Oil Primed 100% Professional grade Belgium Linen Mounted on 1/8" Sintra Panel. The painting is varnished with Gamvar varnish, unframed, it will need a frame to display on a wall.

Materials used:

oil paint, linen canvas, Sintra panel, Gamvar varnish

Tags:
#landscape painting #one of a kind art #blue sea #seascape oil painting #plein air painting #cliffs and sea #california coastline #carmel-by-the-sea #pacific coast #point lobos painting 

Point Lobos' Hidden Cove (2023)

Oil painting 
by Tatyana Fogarty

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This plein air oil painting captures the stunning beauty of Point Lobos Nature Reserve in California on a bright and sunny day. The focal point of the painting is a set of towering ocean cliffs that dominate the scene, with their rugged texture and jagged edges rendered in bold and juicy brushstrokes that bring them to life.

In the foreground, a small cove is visible, with crystal-clear turquoise water lapping gently at the shore. The shallow part of the cove is painted in vivid shades of blue-green, capturing the stunning clarity of the water and the way it reflects the bright sunlight above. The cove is surrounded by rocks and boulders, each one depicted in rich and detailed brushwork that gives them a sense of solidity and weight.
To the right of the cove, a sandy beach stretches out into the distance, with purplish-blue shadows cast across its surface by the towering cliffs behind.

Overall, this oil painting is a tribute to the natural beauty of Point Lobos Nature Reserve, capturing the vibrant colors and textures of the cliffs, cove, and beach in vivid detail. It's a perfect piece of art for anyone who loves the ocean and wants to bring a touch of California sunshine into their home.

Materials: Claessens Double Oil Primed 100% Professional grade Belgium Linen Mounted on 1/8" Sintra Panel. The painting is varnished with Gamvar varnish, unframed, it will need a frame to display on a wall.

Materials used:

oil paint, linen canvas, Sintra panel, Gamvar varnish

Tags:
#landscape painting #one of a kind art #blue sea #seascape oil painting #plein air painting #cliffs and sea #california coastline #carmel-by-the-sea #pacific coast #point lobos painting 

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All my childhood and youth I lived and breathed music. The transition from playing piano to transferring this inner music on canvas with oil paint happened later in life. I... Read more

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