"On a typical grey day on the North West coast of the Pacific Ocean, there can be seen a group of 'ladies looking for clams'."
Artist comment: "This pastel painting on Canson Mi-teintes textured paper, is another in my 'clam digging' series. My routine is to sketch the composition, taking care to create good design and balance. I begin at the top, painting the background, sky, water, wave and beach, leaving the subject (and the reflections) blank. When I am satisfied with color and value, I complete background details. The 'icing on the cake' is the figures. The bright garments and subtle reflections are carefully rendered. Faces and hands are completed. I give the painting a final check and then sign it!"
"Ladies Looking For Clams" is a limited edition, giclee print from an original pastel painting by Carol Thompson. Edition length is 3600 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3500 numbered and 100 artist proofs). This print is signed and numbered by Carol Thompson and includes a certificate of authenticity.
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