Point Lobos has to be one of my favorite places on earth to paint. Lucky for me, it’s only an hour and 45 minute drive away. I drove down yesterday and painted the second painting below (of Cypress Cove) after painting the first study from a digitally projected image the day before. I really enjoyed this studio painting and new then I had to make the drive out. I would have stayed the night and painted a second day, but poor Mike is working like crazy on “the project from hell”, so I wanted to get home and take care of him.
I’m off to San Francisco tomorrow to paint some city scapes. These two paintings are available from me directly, via PayPal (unframed).
Rocks & Surf Study – Oil on Linen – 8×10
3 thoughts on “Painting Point Lobos”
Hi Ed! Wow! Strokes in the water . . .and the colors . . .look sooo wet and ruff! Nice going on these!!
P.S. Thanks for adding me into your blogroll. Nice to be among such good company!
Ed, You can tell that this is one of your favorite spots. Great job. These are some of my favorites that I have seen of your work. Especially “Cypres Cove”. Great movement, colors, separation of light and shadow. Way to go.
Hi Ed. Love the movement and energy in Cypress Cove, and nice pattern of lights and darks. Good work!