Edit Life

Well I’m going to call it so. Though, I will have to do a lot of tweaking to certain things. I knew that I wanted the front midground, ie the part of the garden between the balustrade with the low green manicured shrub, and the back large manicured shrubs to be low intensity. It was, of course full of plants. One has to edit life sometimes to make a painting work. We will see as I move along if I’ve managed it properly. It was kinda hard to come back to this after doing mostly loose stuff over the weekend.769B3A8A-9B96-4F2E-88CC-1F25178EDF2D

One thought on “Edit Life

  1. looking good. just remember to be sensitive with the balustrade – don’t merely tint it a beige; keep it organic and mingling – but light – as it needs to contrast with the background. I like the grays in the lower shrubs.

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