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Radient Waves

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Lately when I’m painting I think about prismatic, colored light. I don’t see rainbows very often, but daily I see light bending and bouncing off every surface. I see how sunlight cools at the zenith of the sky and warms at the horizon.

My paintings, including the two above, are hanging in the beautiful display space at the Glenview Public Library until May 15. Join me at the library for my artist talk on April 4 at 6:15, followed by a painting workshop from 7 to 8:30. Register for the workshop here at the library website.

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Oil Painting: Sea Map II

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©Deb Anderson, Sea Map II, 24 by 24 inches, oil on canvas

Sea Map II – this is one of several recent paintings inspired by a sea voyage I took last year. Strange feeling to be out of sight of land. Using paint to mark out the endlessly moving terrain of waves and clouds — so interesting.

Oil Painting: Sea and Sky

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This little six inch painting is inspired by a my recent Caribbean cruise (such an amazing trip). I’d never been on a cruise before. I had been warned that when you’re at see the views are kind of boring, just sea and sky, but I could not get enough of looking out. The colors and light change constantly, the reflections. I hope to do some large paintings like this.

Click on the painting to see it in my etsy shop.