Haycraft Beach

This morning I went to the nearby Haycraft Beach on Maui for a last morning of painting. It is a little county park with friendly waves, and I settled into a place in the shade while I marveled at the colors and watched the beachcombers.

Then I quickly put paint down, sprayed it to soften edges and transitions, and scraped bits away. I may have gotten carried away with the fun of making gouache marks, but even so, I like this sketch of Haycraft Beach.

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5 Responses to Haycraft Beach

  1. She says:

    LAST MORNING? Already ?

    This is one of my favorites of your beautiful Maui Morning Series. I love the “feeling freshness” it exudes. It is suggestive yet contains all necessary elements and the colors are super, (adore the Menehune‘s on the beach!)

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  2. lauraferrol says:


    Sent from my iPhone


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  3. Sonja says:

    I like it a lot

    Liked by 1 person

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