Calm After the Storm

The sky and lake merge and the horizon is barely visible.  A bit ambiguous.

“After the Storm”, 8″ x 10″, oil on board, © Anita C. Miller
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7 thoughts on “Calm After the Storm

      1. Well, I don’t have a dark room, but I’m about to embark on a short project using a couple of old folding cameras that I bought at a club auction. I’m looking forward to getting the smell of chemicals up my nose again! :)

  1. Anita, the brushstrokes in this one are stunning. You seem to have crafted a look in this painting like it was an impulsive, “Zen-On” experience for you (whether that was the case or not!) I am very taken with your new work – look forward to seeing more!

    1. Thanks so much! The strokes are made with a very fine sable hair brush as opposed to the normal hog bristle. The painting came together very quickly and I decided to stop. That is the hardest thing sometimes, because you get into a habit of expecting it to take a certain amount of time and effort. “Zen-On” it was! Thanks so much for your comments!

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