Posted on September 1, 2013March 25, 2016 by Anita C. Millerwilderness paintings (untitled) a + b This was a little experiment to see how two paintings of the same subject would vary when painted one after the other. painting “a” 6″ x 6″ painting “b” 6″ x 6″
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Love them both!! I still say Alaska has inspired you Anita. :)
Susan, I think I agree. I am trying to do as many as I can before the memories of the place fade too much.
Anita, they are absolutely great!!! Well done!!!
Thank you so very much!
Great Paintings Anita! I agree that your definitely inspired! :)
Oh thanks, Marty. I think that the Alaskan wilderness is a painter’s dream. The distances/landscapes and the wildlife are jaw droppingly magnificent. But, I must get my head back to the midwestern flatlands soon : )
Your brush stroke tell a story and I enjoy reading chapter after chapter..
Doron, what a nice comment… thank you.
love them both, that second one is gorgeous though!
thank you very much!
good reminder, that painting the same subject again reveals a gain in confidence, a more eloquent shorthand: the breeze is stronger, the trees more lively on the second take.
Thank you so much Patrise, and for the follow! I now will paint duplicate versions more often,,, your words have perfectly described the experience.