People have speculated that it must be difficult to paint water. Of course it is, I wouldn't try otherwise.
No reason to assume it's intrinsically different to any other theme though.
It's down to knowledge, experience and affinity with the subject, primarily observation of shapes, patterns, rythms, colours and movements.
The reproduction of these elements is coloured by an emotional response which finds it's way through to the painting in mysterious ways. I don't know how this happens but will facilitate it by balancing considered and intuitive processes.
Cascade. On the river Erme at Ivybridge Devon. SOLD
Colour- Rush River Erme Ivybridge, Devon 61cm 46cm
Over the Stones. River Erme Longtimber Woods , Devon
Erme River Flow. 80cm x 65cm
Go With the Flow' River Avon Devon. SOLD
Gush. River Erme Ivybridge Devon. 66cmx50cm
After Rain. River Erme. Longtimber Woods. Devon. 71cmx51cm
Submerged Autumn Leaves. River Avon, Devon. SOLD
Torrent. Longtimber Woods. SOLD...
Tumbling Water. Longtimber Woods. SOLD
Spate. River Plym. Shaugh Prior, Devon. 97cmx67cm
Tumult. Water off the Moors, 66cmx56cm
River Hayle at Relubbus. Cornwall 67cmx39cm
Over the Wier SOLD
Leaves and Water. River Erme, Ivybridge. 61cmx38cm