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“Evening over Quillayute Needl...
Media:  Watercolor A Miniature Watercolour on Saunders Wat...
Genre:  Seascape
Size: 1.75x4 in
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Artist's Notes

Artist's Notes:

Another Miniature Watercolour. it was 2009 when I first circumnavigated the Olympic Peninsula. After a photo-recon shoot at Cape Flattery, I proceeded down US Hwy 101, from the north, and then turned right off 101 for La Push. Other than Rialto Beach, to the north, the other beaches at La Push are all imaginatively named: First, Second and Third Beaches. This is Second Beach, in the above Miniature, where I spent most of a day. I did get to Third Beach, later that day, just before sundown. They are are both approached via walks through old growth forests, and are worth a visit. This area also has "Twilight," Connections.

 

Some of you will have read about Miniatures when you clicked on that tab on my blog. I invite you to read that page again. The Classic Miniature is highly detailed, and built up with transparent and translucent layers of pigments. Many thus find added enjoyment by perusing their Miniatures with the aid of a magnifying glass. According to the premier Miniature societies, the maximum size accepted is 25 square inches, and there is a restriction on the maximum outside frame dimensions, as well. Another thing to consider is the one sixth rule, where the painted image is to be one sixth or less of the size of the subject. For example, a 3” orange in a still life, would be painted at 1/2” or smaller in the Miniature. I don’t always follow this rule.

 

Many of my Minatures have received awards, and many have sold in the various Miniature shows. The prices offered here are approximately 10-15% below what they were when in the Miniature Shows.

Keep in mind the actual dimensions of the original, when viewing the images, as on screen they are well oversize.

 

I suggest that you visit this website to learn more about Miniatures, and to put these into perspective:

 

Minature Art Society of Florida

www.miniature-art.com

 

Also visit my blog for more:

 

StevenThorJohanneson.blogspot.com

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