glesni dyfroedd

furnace summer cloud

oil on canvas, 56 cms x  51 cms

glesni dyfroedd  means 'fresh blue-greenness of waters'. There are two Welsh words for green - glas (also meaning blue) and gwyrdd (used for plant growth). The suffix -ni turns both words into nouns.

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Oil on board study.
 Some colours will be used as colour contexts, some for colour textures and some for glazes.  Method notes.

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Photographic space
can be very unlike our experience of space, so I often adjust my photos to get closer to the experience. Here, I saw texture-planes not expressed by my 22mm lense. This sketch is one of several that set out those planes as a reminder for when I came to adjust the photos digitally. The adjusted space was then used for the painting.

• Image editing software usually calls such manipulations 'distortions', quietly reinforcing the mistake of regarding photographs as a touchstone of 'undistorted' visual truth. But the touch stone is what you see for yourself.

CANVAS

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acrylic wash
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underpainting
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darkest glazes

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