Looking Out from Dirlot Gorge

Looking Out from Dirlot Gorge - Watercolour, 16 x 26 cm


 A fishing pool on the River Thurso, where it enters the gorge at Dirlot.


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Comments

René PleinAir said…
Gorgeous, ...

Which colours do you have on your palette?
Keith Tilley said…
Thanks René.

Raw Sienna
Burnt Sienna
Permanent Rose
French Ultramarine Blue
Cerulean Blue
Sap Green
Viridian Green

Sometimes Lemon Yellow and Cadmium Red
René PleinAir said…
Thanks Keith,

Much appreciated, it seems the greens are much "greener" over there.
I still am amazed that greens are so local, .. Irish greens are much deeper while English ones are more darker, ... these seems to be a bit flatter while Dutch greens are more muted and German greens more blueish, ... but maybe I'm just rambling around.

Anyway thnx for the enlightment.
Keith Tilley said…
I think some of it is down to personal preference, as well as the colours available on the palette. Some people like saturated colours, while others like muted ones.
Diane said…
I love the size of these small paintings.
Keith Tilley said…
Yes, it's sometimes difficult to paint in such a small area, but they make a nice change from the bigger paintings.

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