Racing clouds cast strong patterns of light and shadows across both Spanish Hammock and the distant marsh on Tybee Island. But it was the clouds themselves I found most fascinating that day.
All that big movement that comes in the sky just before a storm blows in.
The only thing more fascinating to watch than a storm brewing over the marsh is one over the ocean.
I painted this first in the summer of 2020, but there was something that kept bugging me.
Being back in that same spot this summer during a flood tide helped me “fix” it, to get the feeling of land caught between water and sky.