8"x8"x1", oil on masonite
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This is another shot taken from my Martha's Vineyard trip last summer. I loved the fiery look of this beach tree and the massive shadow it cast onto the field. I also love when the vantage point of a landscape painting or photograph is really low to the ground as it gives the viewer the effect that are actually entrenched in the environment (at least that's what I was going for). Andrew Wyeth is a perfect example of one who used this effect frequently; many of his horizon lines where barely an inch from the top of the painting making for very little sky and a lot of sweeping terrain.
This is how it would look framed (actual painting does not include frame):