Searching for ocher & blue colours
Seashell in wet sand, oil painting. The weight of the seashell makes the water create little channels on the sand.
Seashells in dry sand oil painting. On dry sand, the seashells are not sparkly. However, the sand that shines on it is composed in part by little pieces of the inner shell layer.
Shell composition for a painting. The seashells are nicer on the inside, this is the nacre that glistens on the dry sand.
Light blue fabrics, like the sky, with different textures and dimensions of blue hues. Much later painting of similar still life images, blue hues stepped up to dark blue.
Instead of seashells, ceramic creates a presence, where the ocher is the background and not the colour of the main theme.
Glass of water oil painting. The blue cloth appears to have more dominance. There is a fusion between the material and immaterial that become one in the glass.
Plate and flower oil painting. The blue cloth acquires full presence, the water has disappeared; the still life is about colour.
Blue glass jar oil painting. Transparencies in the blue of the sky and transparent glass, material and petals. Lemons break this trend for contrast. A very ethereal still life, where lemons represent earth.
Blue vase still life oil painting. The blue vase protagonist reins against the white background. Flowers from Nature goes to the foreground only to compete with the colour.