Here’s the final paintings from my plein air trip to Maine a couple weeks ago. 👉Tap the link in my bio @laynejohnsonstudio to see all 12 paintings, full size and uncropped (laynejohnson.com/acadia). ✨FREE US shipping on this collection through Monday with code VIPship. If your name is on one of these one-of-a-kind paintings, be sure to grab it now before it’s gone forever. :D
I have to say, this was one of the more physically and mentally challenging art experiences I’ve ever had – and it really pushed me creatively (in a good way).
I don’t think I’ve ever painted so fast or so intensely (including the September 30-in-30). Talk about chasing the light! But I look forward to painting en plein air again, soon. Real soon.
Scroll back in my feed to see the paintings in progress if you missed them the first go-around.
👉Tap the link in my bio @laynejohnsonstudio to see all 12 paintings, full size and uncropped
It usually takes me up to a week to complete a painting. I wanted to challenge myself and try to finish a painting in a day. I took a time lapse to document the process. It was really hard to create something decent in that time and it took a lot of prolonged concentration but I’m really happy with the outcome.