Tuesday, September 14, 2010



Fall is starting to settle in a bit and yesterday at the coast was just spectacular. I decided to drive down to paint and when I got there there was some fog, but as I rounded the Palos Verdes peninsula blue sky was showing through. I headed for Point Vicente which is a great spot with majestic cliffs and sparkling waters, I couldn't wait to start laying on the paint. The painting above is what came to be 2 hours later. 8"x10" on linen, I will make this larger, probably 16"x20" for my November show. If you are interested in this painting please contact me at 310-869-3200 or leave a comment.

6 comments:

william wray said...
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william wray said...

As usual the king of atmospheric haze!

F. Serrano said...

Thank you Bill.

Kelley Sanford said...

Frank,loved following your work and glad to found your blog. Beautiful painting.

Steve Atkinson said...

Way to go Frank! you are truly the master of subtlety and simplicity. We own your painting "Newport Sparkle", and get to enjoy your atmosphere every day! Any plans for doing another instructional DVD any time soon?

Eric Bowman said...

Except for the palms, this piece looks a lot like our central Oregon coastline...like Bill says, nice atmospheric haze -- subtle gradation of value/temp from background to foreground is well done. Keep up the good work, Frank and come up here some time -- I;ll take you to some good locations...