daily painting titled Evening surf

Evening surf

25cm x 15cm, oil on board Painting status: SOLD
Daily painting for Wednesday 9 February, 2011
Posted in Paintings of Bali
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19 Comments

Julian, I have enjoyed living your vacation vicariously through your paintings. Your last comment made me laugh and think "Poor Julian, having to live in the South of France, away from the sea! What a drudge that must be!" I am in Bahrain with a view of the sea and would rather be
in the South of France! Cheers, Tonya

Don't apologize about the seascapes, palm trees, almost sunsets...it is a nice change from the mounds of snow here in southern New Hampshire. I do admit, however, your still life compositions are missed. Enjoy the rest of your adventure.

Don't apologize about the seascapes, palm trees, almost sunsets...it is a nice change from the mounds of snow here in southern New Hampshire. I do admit, however, your still life compositions are missed. Enjoy the rest of your adventure.

I love them! Your colors and energy you capture in water are thrilling.
I'm very apartment-bound in NYC, but today I went to Guggenheim Museum, blocks away from where I live and nothing there was as engaging as your waves and the other recent sea paintings.
Such a nice escape from the very dirty snow that remains here and there.

No need to apologise for anything ,this water scene is beautiful especially the foreground, carol

To agree with the majority, what's to excuse? As a Scorpio, this imagery is mother's milk to me; do you really have to go back to France? An engaging seascape.

I love all the seascapes!
Beautiful colors and movement.
But yes your still life compositions are my favourite as well.

Julian--I am about as land locked as one can be in Central Ohio so I understand. I hope you and Ruth enjoyed your vacation and your many followers/friends are happy to see Bali through your eyes and brush.

Julian, enjoyed your work from this trip very much. The sea and waves are just like those here in South Wales... well, similar!

You've really nailed the essence of the sea in this painting!

But Julian, I love your seascapes. We have a lot of beaches in the Philippines. You may want to consider vacationing here when France gets too cold. God bless. Cecille

One never ever gets tired of looking at the sea. Feels like I am standing there with the waves tickling my toes.....wish I was!

AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME!

I read all the comments...and I have no words to add anymore...really awesome all your paintings in Bali! Keep on the seascapes even up to your last day there. Oh so beautiful they are!

chit

I once painted a wave; I hung it in my bathroom - seemed appropriate. Yours is a lovely wave, but it was only when I enlarged it that I could see the transparency below the crest. It was the transparency that grabbed me when I painted my wave, so I exaggerated it somewhat.

Why has Chit repeated his quite justifiable comments ten times in the space of ten minutes ?

Hello Julian!
There are three seas hugging my bit of the globe close - all completely different, so a bit like your clementines. Very well worth your splendid attention... xx

Julian, DO NOT apologize for art!

Central Ohio offers no visions such as you provide through your seascapes.

I enjoy all your work, but especially the ones of the sea. I can smell the salt air and hear the rush of the waves and feel the sun.

So you see, the painting engages all the senses
and gives much pleasure. Thank you, Julian.

Safe journey home.

Sandra

altho i live near the calm waters of the gulf of Mexico, i do miss the more exciting waves of the Atlantic Ocean. now i have yr painting to reminisce with. many thanks. gfs

Paint all the sea paintings you like. I'm enjoying all your vacation paintings, thanks for sharing!

I too have been enjoying the 'sea' paintings; I can picture myself rolling in with that wave unless it is huge (gigantic). I think we are fortunate to receive these when you are on vacation. Thanks Julian