Thanks Bernie. I made a comment on my page for you to see my works, This is so new to me to communicate like this, but will get it straight,i am finding the promplts goofy to me right now. Read this and the other comment which showed up my page. our architectural pieces are wonderful. i am afraid of detail especilaly with buildings.
Bernie, thanks for the nice comment. I am so attracted to scenes and to paintings that depict atmosphere and distance. That is what i strive to do in my work. Oftentimes I fail, such as in the painting of the waterfall that i posted yesterday. I plan to go back and try it again.
hi bernie. thank you for commenting on my paintings. i have a few more to upload.
this experience of being on a site and having my painting posted is out of my comfort zone. maybe time will bring less intimidation.
thanks for the IPAP notice. think i emailed you in a private message that will try to make the sunday session. family obligations on tap for saturday.
Thanks, Bernie, although to tell the truth, I have thought this might make a better painting if I cut it in half - maybe even two better paintings! - as it seems to jump from foreground to background with somehow not enough in between. So far I've baulked at taking a knife to it. Maybe I'll try to do it again in the studio someday, although I rarely do that.
The other thing about this painting is its the last time I'll use Paynes' Grey or Black....mind you, I've sworn that before....
Like Kevin F., I like the Swing Bridge painting. You record a lot of interesting or historical structures that look as if they could soon be lost. I think that's important.
There's something eerie about the 3 Hopperesque clock-tower paintings. They look like any of them could be the cover of a Stephen King novel.
I see you know Jane M. and some other Irish painters from Wet Canvas...all the best and thanks for the welcome.
Hey Bernie, nice to connect with you. Our #2 daughter is married to a Marine and they live in Jacksonville, NC. We come two or three times a year usually for a week or so. I bring my plein air equipment and try to paint. Would love to hook up with the local artists for some painting. How could I receive information? Thanks, Guy
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