One of the best things about plein air painting all over the California coast is that it requires me to post up and really watch the waves for several hours. By the time I wrapped this one up at sunset, I knew I’d be back the next morning, and where I’d sit in the line up. With the recent rains, it was a gamble of contagion roulette out there with the creek mouth open and flowing to sea. Scored some fun waves, but lost the game of roulette, my throat’s been sore for 2 weeks now.
Artwork Title: "The Light Contagious"
Original Size: 20" x 16"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2017
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 02/09/2017
Region: The California Coast > Southern California > Orange County
Road Trip: Orange County Winter 2017
Anthropological Hazards: Other Painters
Weather Logistics: Painted in Full Sun with no Shade
Temperature: Uncomfortably Warm
Tags: PAINTED UNUSUALLY FAST, PALM TREES, RAILROAD TRACKS, RIGHTS, BREAKWATERS, RIVERMOUTHS, FLOWING INTO THE SEA, RIVERS AND STREAMS, FREE BEER, ROADS, HARBORS, SUSPECT WATER QUALITY, JETTIES, THE OTHER PAINTER BOUGHT ME LUNCH OR AT LEAST A BEER THOUGH, MARINAS, PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY