A landscape painting at Bluff Cove in Palos Verdes CA that came home and became a concept. I will let yaul figure out which part is made up;) 2 hours in the field, 10 hours at home. It seems that the most important element to get in the field is the color because it’s the thing that the camera has the hardest time replicating. Our eye is a thousand time more sensitive than a camera and sometimes we can feel the faintest whif of a color and decide to exaggerate it. If you compare that to the photo of this exact same spot, that subtle color that begged for exaggeration is nowhere to be found. A breakdown of this process is coming soon!