TASMANIAN LIGHT 3.


Unfortunately I didn’t upload all of my early landscapes before I left Tasmania in March, but I do have some more today to share with you that feature the ‘Tasmanian light’.

Top: Afternoon Light, Upper Blessington, features a light tinged with pink, due to the light reflecting off the mountain rocks.

Bottom: New Day, Quamby Bluff, is much sharper in its light strength. The light in this part of Northern Tasmania is very intense, especially during the Winter.

Early morning and late afternoon are the best times to paint a landscape when you want to express its qualities of light.

On Wednesday I will post the first of two articles on ‘Teaching Art’.

Richard

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