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"Aransas Bay Piers," by Melissa A. Torres, 5"x7" oil on panel

11 days ago   |   By Artists Of Texas

I spent a few days in Rockport, TX, enjoying the beautiful views provided by Aransas Bay. The weather was not too cooperative on some days, but this day it was beautifully sunny. I did a quick painting from our hotel balcony. This was practice in not including every detail I see. It was done loosely with a palette knife. I really enjoy painting this way, although it is difficult for me as well as I am usually very detailed.
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