This is a nostalgic scene from when I was a child. It was an urban area but it had/(still has) a lovely park which of course seemed quite large when I was growing up. My Grandmother used to take me there on a hot summer day to play in the covered sandboxes and also to swim in the childrens pool - there were summer day camps and in the winter I learned how to ice skate on the fish ponds. In the future I most likely will attempt some scenes from the different seasons.
This is water soluble oil paints on 11 x 14 inch canvas board. I did work with Liquin with the second coat and I do like it. A slight odor but tolerable and brushes still washable with soap and water after wiping them on paper.
"A Child Skating at West Hudson Park"
Any feed back you can give would be appreciated.[/QUOTE
I realize it is a common practice for artists to immortalize their memories thru painting. This being the case it is not fair to critique because it is how you remember things. The technical aspects are not important under these conditions. Now that being said well maybe you could partially block on of the holes in the bridge to avoid cloning. The posts can also be uneven.