And I’m right back to that same spot on the shores of Lac Monroe that I love so much! I could paint a million variations of this one view, which is very convenient because I happened to take a metric ton of photos while I was there, so I have reference material for quite some time to come. Last summer’s visit was particularly important because it was our first outing since the beginning of the Pandemic. We were so happy to get out of the city, and so cognizant of the fact that it was probably going to be our only getaway for some time.
Two things I learned with this painting: 1) painting clouds is more challenging than you’d think, and 2) DO NOT rush into overlaying those clouds until you are completely happy with the gradation of the sky behind them. I might tweak a spot or two later on, but for now, I consider this piece done.
4 thoughts on “Tremblant Sunset”
Beautiful Emma. Clouds in any medium are difficult. Don’t want them to look like cotton balls!
Thanks Debbie! Those clouds were definitely a challenge, no question.
Good lessons Emma. 🙂 Gorgeous clouds and all! Beautiful scene!
Thanks Sheila! If it wasn’t challenging, it wouldn’t be a learning experience, right? 😉