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OTEAKE CONSERVATION PARK
August 17, 2021
Final progress photos of this Oteake Conservation Park inspired painting I am currently working on.
After many weeks working on this piece it is finally coming to together. Capturing the first light hitting these central Otago ranges has been a welcome challenge.
My process and style is well described by John from 'Wild Tomato Magazine':
"It’s those very brush flourishes that make her paintings so arresting. Energetic, broad and boldly rectilinear, their crisp edges clearly define start and end points, enabling a complexity
of colours to lie alongside one another in banded layers.
Caroline eschews heavy blacks, revelling instead in highlighting colours that realistically exist within shadows. I paint in low-angled morning light to really bring out the shadows in the landforms. I want to capture all the light, all the mood."
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