Aonoch Eagach Ridge
When I look through my past paintings I realise that I have only ever really done two or so paintings that could be classed as winter. I painted an ice cave at one time and then this winter mountain scene.
Both painting did in fact sell. This one sold as a wedding gift for a young couple who had a great love of the mountains.
I am not a lover of painting snowscapes. Maybe this was because I heard a fellow artist say that snow painting never sold. I did not even do the research to find out if that was the truth or not.
This is a painting of a very famous ridge in Scotland with its wonderful Gaelic name. I painted it using Pastels.
My challenge for my series of four is to produce something that speaks of winter. The fact that I will be trying to do it in abstract will mean that it will not look at all like this winter scene.
In fact I wonder if I will manage it all?
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