Tuesday, August 18, 2015

To Be Relentless Like the Sea

To Be Relentless Like the Sea
9X12, Oil on Panel

The black sand beach of Dyrholaey near Vik was one of my favorite places in Iceland.  The weather was pretty foul when we were there, about 40-45°F and spitting rain, but the place was still astounding.  This painting was accepted into the Arkansas League of Artist's annual juried show.  I have one final Iceland painting I have done.  I am sure I will return to it as a subject in the future but I am already started trying to get a jump on next year's solo show.

1 comment:

  1. Rich color but man it does look cold. Good job.

    Say, did you see Bjork while you were there? ;)