THE TRACK TO NEW CUT LANE – ACRYLIC PAINTING

This is another in my series of local views though this one is less stylised than the previous two, but I have pushed the colours again. I posted a plein air version back in July last year and when I found it in my sketchbook to do this version, I was quite pleased with the watercolour I had done out in the fields.

So in some way I have taken a backward step with this painting by not pushing it graphically but I am pleased with the summery vibrancy and the looseness.

In the meantime I have been reworking the first two. I’ll post them soon when all the changes have been made.

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10 thoughts on “THE TRACK TO NEW CUT LANE – ACRYLIC PAINTING

    • I suppose there isnt much tonal change in the watercolour and depth is mainly achieved through perspective lines. In the acrylic there is more colour and detail in the foreground ( although there is still a dark band in the background – but this occupies less relative space ) Coupled with that there is more blue in the background plus the perspective lines as well in the acrylic.

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