Commission from recent road trip. One of the more challenging commissions I’ve had in awhile. Mainly because there were incredibly fun lefts peeling over the reefs all morning just down the hill to the right. Left to my own ways I don’t think there is ever a time I’d choose to paint up the hill to lighthouse instead of down the hill to peeling reef surf, but that’s part of the fun of commissioned work: stepping outside of my vision and into another’s.
Artwork Title: "The Light on the Knoll"
Original Size: 20" x 16"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2017
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 05/08/2017
Region: The California Coast > Southern California > San Diego
Road Trip: Southern California 2017
Miles Hiked: Less than 1 Mile
Geological Hazards: Steep or Unstable Cliffs
Anthropological Hazards: Crowds with Lots of Questions
Weather Logistics: Painted in Full Sun with no Shade
Tags: ARCHITECTURE, WEATHERED ROCK/SANDSTONE, STEEP CLIFF FACES, MORNING LIGHT, BUILDINGS, COAST CHAPARRAL, COMMISSIONED WORK, GOLDEN LIGHT, LIGHTHOUSES, PATHS, LOOKING DOWN FROM STEEP CLIFFS