squeezed the flowing tendrils onto the canvas. When experimenting with new techniques, its always scary because frankly, you just don't know if it will be a mistake. Then you work at analyzing what works and what doesn't and the creative process takes over of decision making. I used a lot of metallic paints that change in different lighting. The mini fish swimming around the jellyfish create more movement. Hope you like this since I am not done exploring and want to see whats next?

Jellies at the Ball x

“Jellies at the Ball” is gallery wrap and is the first in a series of underwater jelly fish, fish and various other creatures. I started this painting last month and h…

Eric Zener's Underwater Paintings (Not Photos) - 16 Total - My Modern Metropolis

Eric Zener's Underwater Paintings (Not Photos) - 16 Total

Awesome underwater paintings by Artist Eric Zener. Eric was born in Astoria, Ore. Zener’s… Continue Reading →

Explore some simple strategies to take your marine painting to the next level.  Create depth and distance in your underwater masterpieces.

Painting Underwater Scenes: "Explore some simple strategies to take your marine painting to the next level. Create depth and distance in your underwater masterpieces.

watercolor art - Google Search.. I painted some very similar to these

Morning Dance - a detailed study of the Pacific Sea Nettle Jelly Fish. Painted on Arches 140 pound Cold Press Watercolor Paper.

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