Sunday, November 6, 2011

Sanderlings 24 x 36 oil


This is the Ocean at Assateague on the Eastern shore, with Sanderlings

7 comments:

Linda said...

Marvelous! You have managed to capture the waves breaking in a way that doesn't look like a hundred other paintings. I like the birds too.

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

Spectacular painting, full of action,you can really capture waves perfectly.

Susan Roux said...

Wow this is quite something!

Terry Miller said...

Gorgeous, Matt. I hope to see it in person in Easton and drool some more. Gorgeous!

From The Studio Floor said...

Phew!! It's great to get such positive feedback just before the Waterfowl fest in Easton.... I always get very nervous about my centerpiece. This painting has been shown at various stages of completion. I used it at a recent marine workshop I taught, to demonstrate how to compose and begin a painting. Then used it as a demo at the Academy at an open night.

Chirag Thumbar said...

It was great to see your original works and talking to you at Waterfowl festival, regards.

ruzzel01 said...

That is one tricky shot. So difficult to capture.

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