Water and clouds…on the northern coast of South Africa.
Oil on canvas: 300 × 420 mm.
To a nonpainter, oil paint is uninteresting and faintly unpleasant. To a painter, it is the life’s blood: a substance so utterly entrancing, infuriating, and ravishingly beautiful that it makes it worthwhile to go back into the studio every morning, year after year, for an entire lifetime. (James Elkins)