For much of this trip I faced inclement weather, and eventually made peace with it by embracing the moody darkness it often brought to a scene, punctuated by the bursts of light whenever the clouds would break. Kind of experimental, and kind of a lot of fun. I had no intention of creating these darker pieces to match our dark times. But as I revisit them, there is something in them that speaks louder to me now than it did at the time. But in spite of the intensity, it’s not the ominous vibes that come through, it’s the hope contained in the light. No storm lasts forever.
Artwork Title: "Inclement"
Original Size: 20" x 16"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2019
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 05/19/2019
Region: The California Coast > Southern California > Orange County
Road Trip: Maycember 2019
Access Logitics: Posted: No Trespassing, Private Property
(Painted With Permission)
Biological Hazards: Food/Drink Delivered and Consumed While Painting
Anthropological Hazards: Sketchy Human Interactions
Tags: VIEWS FROM COLLECTORS HOUSES, OVERCAST, BEACH BREAKS, PALM TREES, CYPRESS, PIERS, DARK AND MOODY, RAILROAD TRACKS, DRIPS AND RUNS, RAIN AND SHOWERS, EVERGREENS, RIGHTS AND LEFTS, FREE FOOD, SHOREPOUND AND WOMP, GATED COMMUNITY, SPARKLING WATER, GOOD TACOS THOUGH, STORM CLOUDS, LIFEGUARD TOWERS, TREES, OUT OF DARKNESS