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Rich, fresh, vibrant and with amazing attitude! Love it to bits ! Congratulations.
So glad you like it Sandra, hopefully it will be even better in person!
Very, very nice.
I love the softness even tho the coastal waters & waters-edge growth suggest a certain wildness of wind & water & surf, this painting, however has a soothing effect, for me @ least.
It’s as if, & you spoke of receding fog that day, the wind had blown that misty fog out to sea, turning the sea a faultless blue & becoming a flat calm, as the foam & froth flattens & the sea returns to a softly breathing hush.