A still lake and autumn colors grace this project. Wet-into-wet, pen work, good drawing, dry brush and liberal use of gouache bring this painting to life. This one wants us to loosen up and relax.
Bill’s work can be viewed at DeLouise Studios 53 Main Street, Rockport, MA as advertised with the Rockport Art Colony Galleries in the August 2016 issue of American Art Review magazine.
High seas crash against the rocky ledges. The heavy, grey sky contrasts against the ocean’s white spray. Dry brushing, gouache and careful attention to values make this storm-washed painting work.
An abandoned structure seems to watch over the forgotten garden that Nature has recaptured with wild flowers. This painting is started with broad passages of wet-into-wet. Texturing, spattering and the addition of gouache finish our work.