Claire de Lune Study Work in Progress a1
17' x 25" on Stone Paper, Mixed Media Oil, Acrylic, Oil Crayon, Copal Varnish
I started this project and it got muddy and so I am working on lighting it up....Stay tuned for final.
Claire de Lune

I decided to call this series Claire de Lune, because after seeing the fullest and brightest moon that I have seen in a long time I wanted to paint bright circular shapes.  Usually I paint forest looking abstracts so this was a new challenge.
Clair de Lune is French for "light of the moon,”  It is also one of my favorite pieces. "Clair de lune" (Debussy), third movement of Suite bergamasque by Claude Debussy.

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