Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

Buttress and Coo work in progress


Acrylics on thick paper, building up the layers. Another view from The road to Applecross, a bread & butter painting, trying to get the sombre light without making it all too dark. This technique means a lot of waiting about between wet paint layers, so I have a few paintings on the go at once. Its not ideal as I’d prefer to immerse myself in one at a time. My poor attention span craves to stop multi tasking for once !

So this is the other painting, the obligatory Hairy Coo, this is a small box canvas and I’m finding the surface laborious with my wet layering approach. we’ll see what they look like tomorrow. Then there’s also the spinning wheel ladies I’ve just started…

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