Wednesday, August 23, 2006
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Here I was painting near the cold, clear waters
of glacier-fed String Lake, one of a chain of
connected lakes created when the ancient
glaciers receded back up the mountain slopes
of the Teton Range. Dodgy light conditions
forced me to work fast and apply some
memory to the fast-moving cloud shapes.
It was important to get the illusion of trans -
parent water right in order to pull this one
off. More to come.