Down at the Harbor

I went down to the Embarcadero to paint San Diego’s historical boats at the Maritime Museum. There were eight or ten of them representing different eras, from sailing ships through submarines. None of them were decked out in pastels, but somehow these colors suited the morning.

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11 Responses to Down at the Harbor

  1. tprevey says:

    Beautiful – I love the colors and texture!

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  2. She says:

    Wow Sarah, this is different for you! Love the composition, the various lines and textures- especially in the water. A really interesting painting, cannot stop looking at it.

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    • She, during our trip to the Fallbrook show, I became aware that I was responding very positively to the paintings with simple whimsical shapes and cheerful colors. So, that is where I am go as a painter for the next while. Thank you for the reinforcement!


  3. Beverly Barrett says:

    I didn’t know they were on display. You did a good job with a complicated subject. Thks

    Sent from my iPhone


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  4. Ann Lewis says:

    Love it! Such a boaty feel to it.

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  5. I think all boats and ships should look like this. Beautiful.

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