“CATCHING THE LIGHT” by TOM BROWN
10 days ago - By Tom Brown Fine Art
“CATCHING THE LIGHT” 5x7 oil/board
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Catching the last light of the day is always exhilarating! And this was no exception. We plein air painters have a standard phrase about times like this: “Paint fast or go home.” Because the light doesn't wait; it changes by the minute. And it's always satisfying to have the final painting of the day come out sparkling with life like this little jewel.
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