Size: 17"W x 22"H x 0.01"D
Year Created: 2018
I am fascinated by the quickly changing cloud formations over the water. This long winter and violent storms have pulled lots of dramatic clouds across the coast. I was also trying to paint with the palette of J.M. Turner; in this case indigo and indian yellow. I really admired the oscar nominated film by Mike Leigh, and it made me think of the limitations inherent in the colors that were available to Turner. He did use a lot of fugitive colors, but the indigo and indian yellow I've used are dependably lightfast. This is one of a series..
My name is kburke500. I am a Vango artist. Thank you for visiting my portfolio. kburke500 began studies with regional painter Rachel Farrington in 1963. Years later she studied with Cynthia Snow, William E. Parker and Gerard Doudera. Watercolor was her first medium because of its accessibility. Today she uses watercolor, oil, photography and computer graphics to complete creative projects. She has shown at Silvermine, Rowayton Arts Center and with the Greenwich Artists Society. Samples of her work can be seen at: burkedesign.biz and burkedesign.net/paintings/ kburke500@gmail