Friday, 17 June 2016

Seascape


Seascape I, Oil on Canvas, 24" X 36" 
Its been a long time since I have posted anything on this blog. I have promised to myself I shall be more regular now :)

I did this seascape after combining several references, some my own, others from the internet. I am not used to painting canvases this size and it took me about a week to finally get it completed. I like to paint wet-in-wet and with a canvas this large it becomes quite difficult. 

Please do let me know what you think of this effort. 
Thank you so much for visiting. :)

5 comments:

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I double blinked when I saw you had posted something. Wow - glad to see your beautiful work again.
The light hitting the water behind the wave makes this very special.
I really like it.
Hope all the family are keeping well.

Vinayak Deshmukh said...

Thank you so much Julie. Your comments are always so encouraging :)
We are all doing fine. Hope everything is well with you :)

Manju Panchal said...

The sea waves hitting at the shore. Beautifully done. Your works are truly amazing.

Albert Decker said...

Spectacular! Good job.

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