Rough, Rough by Jo Murray

Rough, Rough

45 x 45 cm clean edge canvas. Part of a series of square (my favourite format)beach paintings. SOLD
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35 comments
great job......i love these
over 3 years ago
Thanks Craig .. glad you do.
over 3 years
Jo, this is awesome. Such lovely flow and looseness to the brushstrokes.
over 3 years
It's taken years to get this much confidence Dave, but I'm getting there.
over 3 years
I think the best artists are the ones that can keep that hand flowing and loose, which you've clealy done here!
over 3 years
Jo,

This is wonderful work!
Love the waves and shades
over 3 years
Thanks JC. I had fun painting this.
over 3 years
Hi Jo

Love the composition and the beautiful colors of the ocean. Really interesting.

regards
over 3 years
Thank you Mo. I love the beach and there are often interesting little scenes happening there.
over 3 years
I can see why it sold! Simply stunning work with great composition and palette!
over 3 years
Thanks Jolante. I was quite happy with this one. It seemed to keep it's spontaneity, whiile poften they lose it in the final working.
over 3 years
beautiful colors, that is a big wave coming her way :}
over 3 years
Thank you Loretta.. perhaps the little dog is warning her?
over 3 years
Very Clever title:)I Like It.Well done,Great wave and Fun beach Scene!
over 3 years
Hi Julieann... it is fun, thanks.
over 3 years
was that the dog barking? thats one hell of a wave love figure and dog colours and style great bighug james
over 3 years
You're a dear James, thanks.
over 3 years
Love,love this! The style is fantastic...I want to paint this style,,,someday...: )
I love the big wave too.
over 3 years
Thank you, but you need to develop your own individual style... and you are doing that.
over 3 years
Love your happy outlook expressive style. It shows you had great fun in transferring your thoughts into your canvas.
Love the white crest contrasting against the bather. Love it!
over 3 years
Mario... I do have fun painting. It's my favourite thing to do. Thanks for your comments.
over 3 years
Hi Jo,love this simple beautiful scene.The combination of colours works very well:)Steve
over 3 years
I appreciate your comments Steven.
over 3 years
A wonderful feeling to this painting and the title is great. Well done. Toni
over 3 years
Thanks Toni... I quite liked the title myself.
over 3 years
I find this very appealing, love your style!
over 3 years
Thank you Carol, I appreciate you visiting.
over 3 years
Oh stunning love it x
over 3 years
...and I yours Jules. Just visited you on 'redbubble' wonderful work.
over 3 years
Hi Jo, I love this painting for its enourmous solid powerful waves and water, for the light and shadow falling on the woman and dog, for the wonderul purple shadows in the sand, and for the overall composition - very pleasing.
over 3 years
Thank you Sharon, glad you like it.
over 3 years
Wonderful work! *****
over 3 years
Thank you Deepa.
over 3 years
I love it, fantastic movement I just love the stlye. 5*****
over 3 years
You're very kind Mena. Thanks for visiting and your comments.
over 3 years
I really really like this!!! so fun - great color!!! I'm more and more drawn to impressionistic work such as this!
over 3 years
Thank you Laura. We all have our own unique style don't we.
over 3 years
Beautiful. I liove your brushwork.
over 3 years
My friend Heila, thank you so very much for your vote and comment.
Tony Blacetti
over 3 years
Thanks so much Heila... and I love your work.
over 3 years
I love your style Jo. wonderful composition, colours and texture! 5 stars.
Tony Blacetti
over 3 years
You're a dear Tony. I appreciate it.
over 3 years
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Jo MurrayI found this site via my friend from way back (Hi Debbie Alston). Am amazed by the talent out there, and honoured to be part of the group.
Do you always get perfect likeness when doing portraiture and if not do you start all over again or make the most of it as it is?
This is a lovely painting in its own right. Short answer to your question, NO, for me, it can take a lot of tweaking and sometimes I will just leave it and... view answer
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