Very nice second coastal scene attempt which has more consistency to the overall painting. It’s very crisp and both tones and colours work very well. The first painting had a greater variety of marks but this is more coherent. I think it’s important to make that comparison as some artworks are more experimental and others that showcase what’s been discovered. Initially everything might be experimental but you’ll find as confidence grows you’ll produce more sure footed paintings.
So back to the artwork, the red cliffs are great, lovely tonal work with a great sense of recession. The dabs of reds really help to spark things forward and contrast the cooler rocks. The sandy colour is a nice neutral and the base colour breaking through creates a bit of breathing room. The foreground rocks are good, strong shapes and the contrasting colours work a treat. Good tints and texture for the foam, the calmer water/ sky allows other elements to work. A couple of issues I would mention, the fallen tree/ dark shape in the mid ground could be diffused with softer edges. If the shape was interesting I’d make more of it but otherwise leave it underworked. Secondly, perhaps the cliffs in the far background could be softer still by adding more white in the mix. There may also be the option of a few sparks of light on the foreground rocks. balance so far. Lastly, avoid over tightening your brush arm, even with details try to retain a lighter feel.