Glorietta Bay

I went out to Glorietta Bay on nearby Coronado Island and began to paint, thinking that the mid morning fog would lift and the sea and sky would turn into glorious blues. As you can see, I was mistaken. Even so, the day did not disappoint as I was able to sketch some of the many people who were out and about enjoying a break from our heat wave.

Including people in a landscape painting continues to challenge me. So often they look added on, rather than organically part of the scene.

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9 Responses to Glorietta Bay

  1. AAN GEE says:

    This is wonderful and so full of movement and life!

    On Tue, Aug 25, 2020 at 1:39 AM, Deliberate Sketching wrote:

    > > > > > > > Sarah Sullivan posted: ” > > > > > I went out to Glorietta Bay on nearby Coronado Island and began to paint, > thinking that the mid morning the fog would lift and the sea and sky would > turn into glorious blues. As you can see, I was mistaken. Even so, the day > did not disappoint as I wa” > > > >

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  2. Beverly Barrett says:

    I love this area. It is great watching your skill mature over the years.

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  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Why did I think of Steinbeck? 😉

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