It's good to get outside with the oil paints in a quiet wood and paint directly in front of the subject. This is the second painting of this subject, (see "The Wood In March") - it was painted in one session, on one day, using the palette knife for a free and fresh interpretation of the scene. In March before the leaves are back on the trees the autumnal russet colours still dominate providing an interesting counterpoint to the glimpses of misty blue sky through the trees. Fallen trees, a muddy stream - this is a landscape that is only visited by deer, foxes, badgers - and the occasional wandering artist In oil on board, ready to be framed.
This painting will be carefully wrapped for maximum protection and speedily despatched.
I have exhibited at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with Avery Contemporary Art, at The Society Of Graphic Fine Art, and in many other galleries and exhibitions in London and the South East of England. Two of my Paintings are featured in "Oil Painting Workshop" published by Dorling Kindersley.
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