Painting the Sunrise

A painting to me is primarily a verb, not a noun, an event first and only secondarily an image.

– Elaine de Kooning

This week’s art is from a short lived, but dynamic morning sunrise from Smokies. After checking out the stars, playing with some light painting in the night and getting some sleep in the car, we decided to head out of Smokies early in the morning. As we were driving out, just around the corner, we were treated to a lovely view and below is what it inspired :) How do you like it !?

If you are curious on how this particular art was made, check out the article – Artography – Photo to Painting.

Watercolor on Textured Paper

NewFound Gap Road
Bryson City, North Carolina, USA

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