Canvas Studies

I had been posting on Instagram about a series of canvases I had been working on. They were in part an idea for a friend’s wedding and an exercise in loosening up at a large scale. I got a lot of great feedback on them so I wanted to share them as a whole. They are each 36 x 48″ framed in black, flush mount, solid hardwood frame.

The last of the series, Minot Tide, will be on view at the South Shore Art Center’s 60th Arts Festival June 19th-21st. 

"Nantucket Sound, #3", 36 x 48", acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott, painting, ocean, contemporary art, seascape
“Nantucket Sound,#3″, 36 x 48”, acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott, SOLD
"The Gulf", 36 x 48", acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott, painting, ocean, contemporary art, seascape
“The Gulf”, 36 x 48″, acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott

 

"Cisco", 36 x 48", acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott, painting, ocean, contemporary art, seascape, nantucket, ack
“Cisco”, 36 x 48″, acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott, SOLD
Minot-Tide_36x48_acrylic-on-canvas
“Minot Tide”, 36 x 48″, acrylic on canvas. © Jess Hurley Scott

 

 

The first and third of the series, “Nantucket Sound, #3” and “Cisco” respectively, have already been SOLD.

Not what I normally do, but it was great to shake things up and work in canvas for a bit!

Cheers!

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