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This Oil Pastel on Brown Paper drawing is one of a series that were done from our hotel room in the capital city of Koror, Palau. It is a view of one small part of the Unesco World Heritage site of the Rock Islands drawn on hot and sunny afternoons as we were escaping the heat! This national park is breathtakingly beautiful and every part offers stunning views. There are a lot of mysterious mangroves and thousands of these jagged rock islands covered in tropical foliage, all different shapes and sizes appearing to rise out of the ocean like magic. We were lucky to be able to watch the afternoon rainstorms rolling in and engulfing these islands, making them disappear and re-appear throughout the days of our visit. The rainy season can be very beautiful when you don't get caught in the storms! I built up the detail of this drawing by overlaying and adding thin layers of Oil Pastel on top of each other, blending some colours and leaving others raw. I loved how the mist would linger over the distant mountains after the heavy afternoon monsoon rainstorms this picture was done as the sun was setting and adding some beautiful colours and tones to the area.

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Oil Pastel on Brown Paper

Sunset over Rock Island National Park, Palau (2016)


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