Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Seascape Oil Painting, Small Oil Painting, SOLD, Daily Painting, 11x14" Ocean Painting Underwater Garden

I am still reliving my recent trip to Key Largo in my paintings.  I think this is number five or six in the series I call "Coral Reef".

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 While in Key Largo we went out seven miles to the coral reef in a glass bottom boat.  I got really sea sick when they powered down over the reef and did not enjoy it as much as I would have liked to.

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 But, I kept my eyes on the reef as much as I could, and took some photos.  I did love the trip out and the trip back.  I could not take my eyes off the stunning aqua and blue waters.

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These paintings are more impressions than actual scenes.



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Friday, July 7, 2017

Daily Painting Seascape, Small Oil Painting, Caribbean Seascape, "Island Time" by Carol Schiff, 6x8" Oil

You're in the islands, mon!  De clouds be coimin' in, but, no worries.  You're on island time!

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 In the Caribbean islands, the water is clear and aqua, and a sight to see.  A squall is coming in over the mountains.  It will be fierce but short, and the sun returns.


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I enjoy painting water with a knife.  I love the texture it gives, as well as the subtle color changes.




I chunky black frame always pops the colors

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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Small Seascape, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 6x8" Oil "Crashing Wave" by Carol Schiff Studio SOLD

In the past, I painted lots of seascapes, but in recent years, my focus has been on landscapes and flowers.  Today, I went back to my roots....kind of.


 I wanted to do a seascape, but something different than the past.  I found one of my images of the surf and cropped it very closely.

I tried to paint with a variety of strokes and get plenty of action into the scene.  I finished with scattering some "foam" .  I enjoyed trying to bring something new to an old subject.


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