The Marin Headlands were a challenge to paint: at once both simple in shape yet so atmospheric… and then, there was the wind!
I painted #1 and #2 in parallel.
Attempt #3 (below) was painted because I wasn’t so happy with the cliff faces in the two above. I wanted them to read more vertical, more distinct in feel from the green tops.
I promised myself I’d attempt to work in atleast one person into a piece, so I did one more very quick little study on hot press paper. Note to self: If you’re trying to work wet-in-wet, stick with cold press paper, hot press paper dries out way quicker.
Day 3, coming up soon!