I've become so involved in the technical aspects of my online class, that I need time to step back and observe. Get out in nature - after all, nature is the best teacher. Yesterday my daughter and I took a walk to town. We do this quite often. It's our little ritual. Walking along with our hot to-go cups of tea, I observed some magnificent silhouettes of the trees at twilight. The edges of the lit areas of the trees had a beautiful glow from the setting sun.
If only I had my camera. But, no, maybe not. After all memory work is so important in painting.
Some people have been asking what colors I use for glazing. The transparent color in this painting is Brown Pink by Gamblin. It's mixed with Liquin and can only be applied to the canvas when the underlayers are completely dry.