Your Watercolour Paintings At The Edge Of Light

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    Pete Batho
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    3 pts
    Watercolour on Bockingford NOT paper. 200lb. 1/2 imperial. Almost a monochrome study, and painted mainly with the hake. I used a very limited palette of Burnt Umber, Ultramarine, Raw and Burnt Sienna and cobalt blue. Painted at art club today. Inspired by a painting of Ferdinand Petrie.

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    Joy Dix
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    Super painting, Pete.   Lovely sense of depth.   The sort of path I’d like to go walking down with my dog.

    Joy

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    Annette
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    11 pts

    Fabulous work as always

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    Lora
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    2 pts

    Another beautiful painting, Pete! I love the light you’ve captured in it and the road is done so well. You’ve got nice textures and depth throughout the picture. 😀

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    Howard W
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    14 pts

    Nicely done. This is a very nice atmospheric scene. I am very jealous of how well you preserve your whites spaces.

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    Paula
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    11 pts

    Great texture in the foreground grasses and road.

    Paula

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    K8
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    14 pts

    Beautifully captured background and ambiance. You have such a great value distinction between the mountains, far trees and the middleground trees. I think the darkness of the foreground shadowing of the lane and larger tree overpowers them a bit. In my opinion the middle ground and background of the painting are a shining example of how it is to be done!

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