Clifftop Rest by Sung Kim - A wonderful place to relax and watch the ocean. Hold on to your hat though, it looks windy!
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I'm having a lot of fun with it, finding it really relaxing and inspiring contemplating the view. Having said that, it's not quite as beautiful as the selling photo, with some strange contrasts and colours that lose a lot do the detail. I'll be making some modifications to it, but it's still a lovely painting and I'm still enjoying it thoroughly
This painting was so relaxing. I look forward to many hours restful moments as I reflect on the view!
I loved painting this picture it reminded me of sitting on the lawn at The Spring Hill Inn in Block Island Rhode Island looking at the Ocean, it looks exactly the same. I loved all the pretty colors, this is going to my friend for her Birthday.
Clifftop Rest worked up quickly and was not particularly hard to do. I enjoyed painting it, but now that it is done, I am finding that I'm not pleased with all the very bright- almost garish colors contrasting with some very dark shadowed areas. I have gone back and repainted some areas with lighter browns left over from other paintings, and when I am feeling braver, may go back and repaint the background area so there aren't so many bright colors. We'll see!!