The new floating boardwalk in Florence, Oregon, runs along the buildings' structural supports in Old Town. It was the perfect vantage point to see under the old boardwalk into the watery rooms as the late afternoon sun found openings to blaze through. The water, wood and light combined for an abstract and musical effect. This is the second in the “Boardwalk” series.
This painting is named for two of the major rock formations at Bandon, Oregon. One is Cat Rock in the Face Rock Legend. The other is the large hollow Cathedral Rock with its various doors and windows. The rocks are a continual source of subject matter for paintings as the ever changing coastal light and ocean tides present them in new ways.
The Coquille lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon, was painted en plein air. Soft pastels were a great medium for quickly capturing the colors and feel of the day. Grassy dunes blocked some of the wind along the path leading to the lighthouse and the river beyond. The west side of the lighthouse was lit up from the sun glinting off the ocean.
Pat Cink is back with this summer’s “Meet and Greet the Artists” at Second Street Gallery in Bandon, Oregon. She will be at the gallery on Saturday and Sunday, August 1st and 2nd, from noon to 4:00 pm.
She will demonstrate her technique of using watercolor on Yupo paper and will offer visitors a chance to create their own miniature paintings. The synthetic Yupo paper allows watercolors to float and interact on the surface while retaining their fresh, rich colors. Pat will share her method in controlling this process in her creation of Bandon area seascapes and landscapes.
Pat also paints in soft pastels. She finds that both the soft pastels and watercolor on Yupo paper allow a direct way of capturing the colors of coastal light in her landscapes. Paintings in both media are on display at Second Street Gallery. She will offer additional matted, unframed paintings during the “Meet an Greet.”
The new floating boardwalk in Florence, Oregon, runs along the building supports in Old Town. It was the perfect vantage point to see under the old boardwalk into the watery rooms as the late afternoon sun found openings to blaze through. The water, wood and light combined for an abstract and musical effect.
This painting is currently in the “Music as the Muse” show at the Southern Coos Hospital in Bandon, Oregon. The show runs until September 26, 2015. The artist’s reception is July 26, 1:00-3:00 pm, at the hospital.