Tracing the development of my paintings and drawings plus musings on any other bits of life that come my way.
I woke this morning to find that one of my watercolour paintings had been made Art of the Day on EBSQ
Congrats!! very cool... your painting is amazing!... I also love 'Afterrain, Lincoln Cathedral'... really cool
Congrats! Wow.. beautiful paintings. Love d colors...
Thanks Sylvia I'm so pleased you like After Rain.It's one of my favourites.Glad you like my work lili
Cogratulations. I am not sure what ESBQ is? It sounds fantastic. I have really enjoyed visiting your blog. Your paintings are subtle but powerful. The colors and the effecxts with the paint are beautiful. Lots of lovely soft and lost edges. Wow! Thanks for sharing.
Congratulations! I checked out the EBSQ website ... very impressive list of artists! Thanks for sharing that info ... but most of all, thanks for sharing this gorgeous painting! (I love the new header pic too)
Hi Magicmyst. EBSQ is a wonderful online communiy for all artists to display their work. There are monthly online exhibitions, forums and opportunities to share your skills.Hi Joan. Yes, I'm quite pleased with the pic I've chosen for the header. It's from a watercolour of beach huts I painted as a present for my brother-in-law's wedding. I'm still messing around with the design for my blog, so there'll probably be more changes before I setlle on a design I'm happy with.I'm glad you both like the painting. I was particularly pleased with the way I managed to captue the lighting in this piece.
Youer colors and technique are so unique and loose and gorgeous. I love this painting.I also really love your blog header painting. I could learn a lot about color from you...I'll be back.
I do wish I could click it to enlarge it, though...
Hi Kate. Thanks for having a look at my blog. I'm really pleased you like my work. I admire you art so muchBy the way, I've fixed the problem with the images.
the view...a palce to rest and your watercolors...nirvana! Lovely delicate bleeds here! MMMMM!
Thanks Margaret Ann.It was a beautiful day, with the sun shining on the mud flats and a rather misty, romantic haze in the distance.
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