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Thread: Summer walk

  1. #1
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    Summer walk

    Oil painting, two hours max, hope it makes you think of warmer days ahead.
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    You got perfectly the light and hot we would feel at summer by means of such extraordinary palette and brush directional strokes. I like it a lot!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Good painting! Interesting choice of colour and result on the path.
    I can almost imagine 15 or so domestic house cats going for a leisurely walk along it
    If I were marooned on a desert island, please air drop me a copy of Artrage 5.0! (Plus a laptop and solar panel)


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    Indeed it does A gorgeous painting
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    Paula what a wonderful painting. It is very warm.
    Valerie

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    Yes, I am thinking and hoping for those much warmer days while it is cold and snowing out!!!

    This is just beautiful, Paul! I love your colorful palette and your style with scenery. I just want to walk down this path and let the warm air energize me!

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    Lovely painting and a great scene to contemplate while I await the arrival of what the weathermen assure me will go down in history as the "Blizzard of '10"

    So far not a single flake and if one were to fall I'd be tempted to bring it in and freeze it as a memento. Maybe I'll be singing a different tune when I awake tomorrow...

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    Bring on Summer! Well, at least Spring!
    Excellent painting.

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    Paul, this is so pleasant as everybody mentioned already. I love the trees here the most, warm palette gives us such a warm and full of life feeling.

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