This is my original impression palette knife painting of Augusta National’s 12th hole. I use a wet-on-wet impasto technique to create the layers and depth of the landscape. The texture is heavy and the colors deep. And realistically, it could take months to dry.

Attending the Masters is on my list of things to do before I die. Who knows, maybe the gentlemen at the beautiful Augusta will take a trade; Painting for a ticket. Going once… going twice… I guess I’ll keep my options open.

Comments

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanover 3 years ago

    love the depth! wonderful painting

  • roger  boreham
    roger borehamabout 2 years ago

    absolutely superb looks like you used butter instead of paint,,,, joyous ,,,,,, such great technique to be able to do this so confidently,,,,,,,, have a great christmas kind regards roger

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