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Ponderosa Sunset- WIP 18"x 24"

Working from a smaller 5"x 7" oil study on paper...working presently on this 18"x 24" oil on stretched linen...

second image is the small study...
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Re: Ponderosa Sunset- WIP 18"x 24"

Always love your brushwork! In the first painting, the tree on the left has a visible black outline. Have you already finished this?
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Re: Ponderosa Sunset- WIP 18"x 24"

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Always love your brushwork! In the first painting, the tree on the left has a visible black outline. Have you already finished this?

Accent marks, etc all have their priority in the asymmetry driving the visual balance. Devices as it were.

It is drying...appreciate your comments,

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