Wonderful work. Great color and texture.
What a terrific painting David. Love it.
What a beautiful painting. I love the atmosphere.
What a lovely sketch and a nice thing to have as a reminder.
This has a wonderful atmosphere. I love all the colours in the stonework. Excellent work.
Your eye study is very well done Brooke. I know that for me I need to be in good health to want to paint so I hope the summer refreshes you. I always enjoy seeing your work.
Nice to see your initial colour tests and look forward to hearing how you get on with a cheaper brand.
It looks great. I love the clear crisp colour.
What a lovely sketch. It works well as a mountain village scene. Did you use Schminke or Lukas?
Hi Lora. I love your painting. It has a lovely sunny fresh atmosphere. I think the colours are beautiful and the drawing is excellent.
thanks Fiona. In a perfect world I would frame it and hang it on the wall.
Thank you Brian. I don’t set out to be loose but I always end up loose. I think I am just messy which luckily is seen as loose by many people.
Thanks Mark for your nice comment.
Hi Casper. Its nice of you to say that the mistakes don’t detract. I went straight in with pen and got a bit lost with the drawing and also rushed to get both drawing and painting finished.
The colours I remember using for the building were mainly W&N light red, DS transparent pyrrol orange, DS quinacridone magenta, Holbein lavender and W&N u…
Thanks Tina. I love your plein air paintings. They are beautiful.
I love both of these. Your work is so expressive. Like Fiona I look forward to seeing more of your work once winter is over.
Thanks for the encouragement Patricia.
Hi Robert. I used my Saunders Waterford fat pad which is 7.5 inches x 11 inches. I used the full height and most of the width.
Pen and wash. I sketched Kelvingrove Museum this morning while sitting under a tree at the edge of the car park. I only had an hour so I tried to be as quick as possible and was amazed I got it finished.