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@julia.from.wisconsin > I painted this a few days ago - from my van looking west from wayside at corner of Hwy 59 and Riley Rd, Rock County - Wisconsin Rustic Road #68. It’s a bit over painted, but you learn from every painting you create.

We love paintings of skies! Here’s a look at what some of your peers created during the recent #stayathome period, during which we asked you to share paintings and drawings inspired by a variety of creative art prompts that our team created.

In this collection, we’re sharing some of our favorite results from the “Paint the Sky” art prompts challenge. Enjoy!

Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@w.e.areartists >
This is the sunrise from yesterday. The clouds were really interesting so I made the horizon super low. I was only able to paint on the beach for a little while because some big clouds rolled in and it looked like it was going to rain so I packed up and finished it at home. The last picture is what I managed to get done on the beach.
Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@i_wolmarans_artwork > Skypainting / Sunset painting I did on a shoebox with acrylic paint.
Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@leecraigmile >
Pleinair painting up in the quiet hills above Largs. And what a view…I could see all the way to the Isle of Jura today!
Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@bonnymathewdxb >
Oil on canvas board. #fujairah #mountains Photo credit @mattryder
Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@aparajitagopal >
“Verdant Showers”. Took the reference pic for this painting en route to Madurai from Thekkady!⁠⠀
Paintings of skies - OutdoorPainter.com
@pritesh_rangole >
Oil on canvas, 8×10 inch

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