Here's another landscape I made using neutral colors with a palette knife. I start with a photograph of a landscape and then break it down into shapes and layers of color.
I decided the other day that I wanted to play around with a palette knife. It was fun to let loose and experiment with color and texture. This is a painting of an abstracted landscape
The project was to create depth using a pattern. I drew inspiration from the de stijl movement once again. The first layer only contained four squares and it was my least saturated layer. The second layer had eight squares and had a little more saturation. The top layer had sixteen squares and features the most saturated colors. This was featured in the Annual Juried Art Show at the Foster Art Gallery.