Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Caspersen Beach Morning

Caspersen Beach Morning
8"x10" oil on board

Usually when I get down to paint at Capersen Beach I head straight for the raised wooden walkways that provide the ideal place to set up my easel and look down upon the rocks that line the shore. Unlike so many of Florida's white, sandy beaches, this one is edged with big natural rocks, amongst which some of the best shark teeth fossils can be found in abundance! I, like quite a few fellow painters I know, am very drawn to the color contrast of these red/brown rocks against the blue/green ocean, but today I opted to try a different view, just for a change of pace.

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