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    Dreaming In Color

    Trying my hand at a little impressionistic style on this one. I think it still needs some work on dispersing the light and some blending but thought I would post it as it is so far. All one layer, brush and knife.

    I haven't had much time to paint lately so it felt nice to finally produce something. Hope all is well with everyone. Thanks for checking it out!
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    good. i agree on little more work needed, just a bit. but still it looks very nice...
    all the best.
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    Masterful unfinished view. I hope too You may work around this concept, maybe in various ways and tools ...
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    Good use of light in this painting...very nice
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    Beautiful. Love the way you have the ponds in the background framed by the trees. Reminds me of a spot I always stop at in Rocky Mountain National Park.
    Well done Sketch!
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    Love it as usual! I don't know that impressionistic art is ever going to be something I tackle....too scary... I've tried but the undefined takes me to a nervous place....funny thing is it's one of my favorite artforms to look at.

    Blessings and again...fantastic piece.
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    Gorgeous Eddie. The brush strokes are wonderful and the light play. What is missing from the impressionism to me is the many subtle variations of hues to create the larger areas. I see the yellow and green hues of the vegetation, but the myriad of smaller hues that make up the whole would yield a masterpiece. The path or field starts to incorporate a bit of another hue, but the trees and vegetation are mostly two hues of yellow and green.
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    Whether it needs more work or not, its a fine painting!
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