Oyster Beds at Low Tide, Acrylic on Gessoboard, 6"x6"
This is another painting of the beaches on Jekyll Island. I love the way the oyster beds and marshes look as they emerge from the ocean at low tide. Also, I was surprised at how many of the dunes were covered with great masses of prickly shrubbery instead of the wispy grasses I usually associate with ocean views in the southeast.
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I am a painter living in Vermont. I've been painting for about 20 years learning as I go along. In the last couple of years I've been learning a bunch of new painting techniques and experimenting with new subject matter.