On My Easel: Seascape in Need of a Title

Sometimes I think the hardest thing about painting is deciding on a title. I declared this small seascape finished yesterday, but still have to find a name for it. It’s inspired (as so many are) by the view across the Minch to the Outer Hebrides, on those mornings when the sunrise turns the clouds pink and their reflections turn the sea pinkish too. If you’ve any suggestions for a title, do post a comment!

Seascape Purple Storm painting by Marion Boddy-Evans

This painting is 30x30cm (about 12×12 inches), and when viewed at full size is larger-than-life, the photo below gives an idea of the layers and details.

Seascape Purple Storm painting by Marion Boddy-Evans

9 Replies to “On My Easel: Seascape in Need of a Title”

  1. This one is stunning Marion, my favorite of yours. May not suit the mood as you described it, but I just did an interview with Dougie MacLean and have been listening to his song, “Ready for the Storm.”

  2. with the shoes in front it looks like you’re ready to jump in…again, as the shoes are already “wet”.

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