Clergy St., South 10" x 12" O/P
This was an interesting piece to paint in that the panel that I painted on was a white gessoed panel. I know that I missed the stained background that I normally use, namely the reddish stain. It seemed that while painting, I was continually adjusting the colours to make up for the lack of that look of 'warmth' that is provided by the red under painting.
The palette for this painting was the same as the previous painting. I think that by comparison, at least by my eyes, the warmth of the former is obvious.
I find this to be interesting, as it has been awhile since I last painted on a white panel or canvas.
Perhaps it would be appropriate for me to remember that saying, " If it ain't broke, don't fix it..." :~)