It’s was a “Master’s” golf weekend. I really wanted to paint a green jacket. The esteemed green jacket for the winner of the “Master’s Golf Tournement 2022”. On the first day of the Master’s PGA Tournament I was watching one of the players, Scottie Scheffler. He is one of the world’s best golfers. Although the outcome of the Master’s was far from being determined I decided on the first day of the 2022 Master’s that I would call my first painting of the day, “Sheffler”. Why not. I am inspired as Gordon and watch closely what the pro’s are doing. How they are holding their clubs. I had no idea that Scottie Scheffler would win, but on this first day of a golfer’s biggest tournement it seemed appropiate.
It turns out that Scottie Scheffler did in fact win the green jacket. It was an amazing tournament to watch. Golf is one of those slow and steady sports. The camera guys do a fantastic job of tracking the ball. Which I love because I can hardly keep an eye on my own ball.
I painted this piece with the amazing colors of the day. There are no greens or golf indications of this piece except for the name.
An added note is that I have discovered something interesting. I got a new perscription in my glasses. One that was about four years overdue. The reality is when your eyes are declining very slowly you have no idea how bad your eyes may be. Only to realize that many of my photo edits have a very slight blurr to them. As does this piece. Which will be fixed on all those pieces. Funny thing is you may not have noticed it had I not pointed it out. I certainly never noticed.
Getting back to this piece. I love color. I live in the Pacific Northwest and the muted tones of nature are big here in this part of the country. However when I visit galleries all over the United States I see vibrant colors in all the art galleries. If you want a wonderful pop of color then consider, “Scheffler for the win”.
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Seemed appropriate to end this post with a golf selfie.
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