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High Noon at the Gravel Spit I by JennyArmitage
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Ordinarily the gravel spit below Salem’s pedestrian bridge is a family place. One afternoon though it was filled with tension as angry young men jostled for attention, but did not quite come to blows.

Transparent watercolor on 140 lb cold-pressed paper. Approximately 8 × 10 inches. This painting was created entirely by using the mask and pour technique.

Featured in Students and Beginners, 12/18/24.

Limited edition prints available through my blog: dancingfeatherstudio.com/blog.

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Comments

  • Santamaria
    Santamariaabout 5 years ago

    Most original in viewpoint and composition! very well done

  • Thank you. This one is unlike most of my paintings. I keep looking for another opportunity to use this more graphic technique.

    – JennyArmitage

  • Mick Kupresanin
    Mick Kupresaninabout 5 years ago

    Wonderful dance between figures and shadows….nicely done….you watercolours are very good

  • JennyArmitage
    JennyArmitageabout 5 years ago

    Thank you. It is the shadows that got me going.

  • Marilyn Baldey
    Marilyn Baldeyabout 5 years ago

    Dynamic and strong work.

  • Thank you!

    – JennyArmitage

  • MagsWilliamson
    MagsWilliamsonabout 5 years ago

    Very unusual, love it!

  • Thank you. I love paintings with a graphic look, but only rarely do I pull it off myself.

    – JennyArmitage

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorabout 5 years ago

    unique in it,s simplicity LIZ

  • Thank you Liz!

    – JennyArmitage

  • wonmankim
    wonmankimabout 5 years ago

    clever angle, excellent painting

  • Thank you.

    – JennyArmitage

  • Mrswillow
    Mrswillowabout 5 years ago

    What a great subject and such a fantastic viewpoint! This is fantastic!…One can feel the tension and aggression in these young men. The colours are perfect and reflect the mood …the shadows, the backgound colours and the trail of carefully placed “paint spots” re enforce their aggression and agitation.This is so good!

  • Thank you so much!

    – JennyArmitage

  • Catrin Stahl-Szarka
    Catrin Stahl-S...about 5 years ago

    Great work!

  • Thank you!

    – JennyArmitage

  • CarolM
    CarolMabout 5 years ago

    Lookin down gives a whole different angle. Love the shadows and the simplicity of the piece. Very nice!

  • Thank you. Yes your vantage point changes things.

    – JennyArmitage

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