Seascape Beach Richter Series is a 24" x 24" oil painting by Patricia Johnston, created on canvas. The painting is a study of subtle contrasts and harmonious transitions, capturing the quiet energy of a beach landscape. The sky is a gentle gradient of pale blues and soft greys, suggesting a calm, diffused light, while clouds add a dynamic texture to the upper portion of the canvas. Below, the sea is rendered in muted tones of blue and green, with gentle waves rhythmically approaching the shore. The sand is implied through soft colour transitions, allowing the viewer's eye to imagine the smooth transition from water to land. The work is contemplative, inviting the observer to a moment of tranquillity by the sea.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 24" x 24"
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: Patricia has used a 1.5" deep profile canvas. The painting wraps around the side of the canvas and is intended to be displayed unframed.
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