|Hidden Staircase, 12 x 24 inches, Acrylic on MDF|
Copyright 2016 Mary Gravelle
I created a video of the fourth painting session for your enjoyment.
This painting was a joy to paint. The painting process unfolded in an abstract subject matter for this acrylic landscape painting.
The wall of ruins, according to a local man who has lived in Sedona for 30 years, was manmade a few years ago. It's been there since I moved to Sedona 2.5 years ago. I never knew the difference. I thought it was an ancient ruins and reveled in that idea. The spot up under the arch is quite lovely energetically. The trees give it a feeling of being an oasis.
The first three times up there, I enjoyed the peacefulness of being alone. Painting in solitude is wonderful.
I was late getting up the morning of the fourth visit. It was the week of Thanksgiving so there were many tourists. The local man I mentioned earlier who burst my ancient ruin dream bubble was there. Still, it was enjoyable. I waited until they all left before setting up to paint.
Below are my process photos and the video. Enjoy. Drop me a comment and let me know your thoughts.
The painting is available for sale on my art website.
|Fay Canyon, trail up to the arch.|
|Fay Canyon, under the arch with the man-made ruins.|
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