Painting at Dusk

Completed a couple of days, Winter cottage, Dusk. I spent 3 sessions on this piece, returning to the same spot each day. Dusk is a very magical time of the day, the subject appears to glow and everything seems quiet, it’s as though nature is preparing itself for the night.

Winter cottage, Dusk. Oil on canvas, 18inches x 14inches.

Winter cottage, Dusk. Oil on canvas, 18inches x 14inches.

Despite the positive comments I have had about the cow in this painting, it’s actually a horse in a jacket! You can’t win them all I suppose.

This is a painting from a large series of works exploring this old cottage in different seasons, times of day and weather. I often describe painting my subject as ringing out a wet cloth. What I mean by this is that I will stick to a subject until I think I have learnt as much as I most possibly can. Sometimes I do this by working on a piece for multiple sessions or by making rapid paintings one after another in a single session.

Winter cottage at dusk is a possible submission for the Royal Society of Oil Painters in 2015.

I now dedicate the rest of this day to painting…..

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About Andrew Farmer

I am an Artist creating in South Yorkshire in the UK. My work is mainly inspired and painted directly from nature, timeless and traditional.
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