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Every sunset offers another opportunity for a painting. The winds had backed to westerly during the day as revealed by the gravity waves in the cirrostratus. I believe that the parallel bands of cirrus fingers aligned with the upper jet actually form through the same process as Langmuir streaks and streets of turbulent stratocumulus. This formation is extremely common.
The air mass was still unstable but it required the day time heating from a spring day to set it off. According to radar some of that convection was passing just to the south of Singleton but it was not obvious that it was there looking at the sunset sky.
I have been signing the paintings with a very subtle scratch in the wet paint with a tooth pick. Sometimes the signature is so subtle that it is difficult to see. It is typically in the lower right. I dot the "i" with a dab of quinacridome red and sometimes that dot of paint is all you can really make out of my signature. The art is not about me but about the colours and tones.
August 17th, 2018
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