CormorantPosted: July 6, 2015
June was such a busy month, filled with workshops and Urban Sketcher events, and I still haven’t posted some paintings from my recent trip to Rockport, Mass. I painted this one at the end of the day facing the breakwater at the end of Bearskin Neck. I probably started to paint around 5 pm and by the time I finished it was near 7 and quite chilly. At day’s end all the tourists walk along the rocks of the breakwater, and I suppose the cormorant likes to watch them because he sat there for a very long time. Painted on Arches 140 lb cold pressed paper, 22″ x 15″.