Besides the landscape demo, I created a surreal composition of Lipizzan horses frolicking in the moonlight. This painting employs a number of unusual characteristics, resulting in a modern painting, though rendered in traditional representational imagery of the 3 foot phases of the canter: (hind leg strike off, diagonal pair on the ground, and foreleg lead pushing into the suspension phase. The suspension phase was not included, as it would have made this composition crowded.)
First, the moon was pushed forward to become the fourth character in the painting. Second, I changed the color scheme to warm, though night paintings are usually portrayed in cool colors. Finally, I changed the format from the traditional horizontal format depicting a group of running horses to a vertical. The hard edges resulting from the poured technique, combined with the vertical format gives this painting the flavor of an Oriental woodblock print.
Below one can see the results of the final pour with the mask being removed to reveal the painting underneath, as alluded to in the previous post: Poured Watercolor Workshop at Western Colorado Center for the Arts, https://cheriisgreenfineart.wordpress.com/2015/06/27/poured-watercolor-workshop-at-western-colorado-center-for-the-arts/