Monday, 1 October 2012

September storms (in October) - part 3


Thursday's walk at the beach brought indigo/purple rain filled clouds with strong sunlight highlighting sparkling grasses on the dunes. Delicious! The kind of light that gives me goosebumps!

This is the first in a series of very small paintings that I am doing to hang along side my canvases in the Christmas Exhibition at   Highcliffe Castle.  Strictly speaking although they are mostly acrylic there is some coloured pencil and ink in there too so I am calling them mixed media. I love working in this tiny format, in some ways it is more of a challenge than a large canvas.


  Elemental I    mixed media 9x9cm    ©2012 Lisa Le Quelenec    



5 comments:

Mª Carmen said...

Bonita pintura.Te sigo.Saludos.13

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hello Carmen, welcome. Thank you for commenting, I hope to see you again.

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Lisa!... Small format or not... this one leaves me with a feeling of vertigo... the wave action and water looks.... WAYYYYYY... below that gull! Great job!

Good Painting!
Warmest regards,
Bruce

Maggie Latham said...

Dear Lisa,
Just wanted to let you know that I am taking a break from blogging and closing my blogs. You have always been so kind to leave comments from time to time so wanted to let you know. I wish you all success with your own painting career.
Maggie Latham

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Bruce, I love that you got that feeling! Thank you :o)

Hi Maggie, I'm sorry to hear that. Will you still be about on Facebook? I confess I'm not too up on FB but am trying to get to grips with it, I find it hard to navigate. -Best of luck to you with your painting and book writing, be sure to let me know when it is published.