This painting was done from a photo I took of the shrimpers at Shem's creek, Charleston in the early hours of daybreak. I'm not sure if the painting is done or not. I think it needs to percolate for awhile so I can digest what else is needed.
I used a limited palette of Yellow ochre, Lemon Yellow, Napthol Red, Permanent Magenta, Ultramarine Blue and Viridian, plus white. I think I really needed Cerulean to set off some of the passages, but once I committed to those colors I didn't want to introduce a new color.
The choices one makes while creating a painting are endless!