The flat fields of corn are in the process of harvesting in spite of wind and rain. I was reminded of the sea as the gusts rippled across the open expanses. Here and there, are islands and peninsulas, the structures are there, but of course the colours are not.
In the last painting (here) the colours were almost the same as here. Instead of Alizarin Crimson (in the previous painting) Burnt Sienna was used in this one. The result is a warmness in the shadows and softness in the greens – very different from the storm painting. The colours here were Winsor Lemon, Burnt Sienna, Dioxazine Purple, Cobalt Blue (plus black and white of course).
Here’s the video. See you soon.