I have painted a fair bit in the last week but nothing that I care to share. I am discovering that painting with oils is much different when it is 28 degrees than when it is 5. I am also not acclimatized to the heat so I am struggling to focus mentally too.
This was painted in Geunnadi Kalinine's class at the Dundas Valley School of Art. He showed me how he does rocks and I tried to emulate him. I am happy with this but it is nowhere near as good as the ones that he painted. It is oil on an 11" X 14" birch board and painted from a photograph that I took at Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. I wanted to capture the massive size of the jagged rocks with the one huge round rock in the foreground.
I need to get better lighting for my photographs. This looks much better in real life.