Paintings-in-Progress: What’s Beneath the Wool

It being so sunny yesterday, I went a’wandering a bit, taking lots of snapshots of snow-covered bits of the Trotternish Ridge, ending up at Skyeworks where I couldn’t resist removing the wool from the paintings in progress. The results are intriguing, and definitely something I’ll do again, not least to see whether I can replicate an effect deliberately. Here are some photos of the results (here are the ‘before’ photos):
Small Paintings in Progress (4 Flow Landscapes)

Small Skye Landscape Painting in Progress (detail)
I’ve brushed off the coarse salt, but haven’t yet washed the residue off with some clean water, so the final result may change.

Small Paintings in Progress (detail)

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