email me if you'd like it before it goes to a gallery
available at Tidewater Gallery in Swansboro
Temps here in eastern NC are in the mid 90's with crushing humidity so you have to paint in the morning and in the afternoon. the two above are great examples of the difference in the light. look how blue/lavender the morning one looks compared to the afternoon beach cottage with its yellows and orange flavor. it has to do with the way the sun goes thru different atmosphere in the evening and causes the light to have more red light waves in it (thus the oranges, yellows)
The mid-day is glaring white light and the sun is straight overhead, no shadows. without shadows there's nothing to show off the light.