Oil on canvas, 7″x5″
It’s been awhile since I last painted Nebelwald, but it has many of my favorite things, so here’s another view of it. As last time I painted this with charcoal black (PBk8) from Blue Ridge but this time I used some titanium white (PW6) that I had made myself using pigment from Blue Ridge and for glazing in the upper layers I switched to pure zinc white (PW4) from Daniel Smith. This painting seemed to emerge from the mist as I painted it. I wasn’t exactly sure what it would be at first but then mountains took shape and dark forms of rocks and trees finally presented themselves to me.