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Thread: Gazebo Tea House

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    Gazebo Tea House

    Water color and little airbrush
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    And.... a very wonderful creation... I'd love to be in that gazebo sipping some iced tea but sadly I'm at work....

    Excellent painting Pat. Love this technique of water colors and airspray....

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    Nice work!

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    It looks very oriental and I like it also because I'm reading again the book Shogun by Clavell.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thats so charming Pat, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Very nicely done Pat.
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    What a beautiful place to sit dear Pat.

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    Painting can be like a tea ceremony, can it not.

    You technique is intriguing, how you are continuing with your watery color with sharper focus paint daubs to bring out more description, and it comes across almost as if the more solid parts bleed into the surrounding shape.

    In restaurants, I have opened the tea pot containing Asian tea and sometimes see floating bits of tea (leaves? more like twigs). And the liquid and solid seen through the opening of the pot and in the cup -- the way you're painting reminds me of this relationship of fluid watercolor with some strokes for clarity a little.

    The tea ceremony is an expression of perfection and grace. I would not be at all surprised to hear that the path in your painting is where you are taking your painting.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thankyou so much for your wonderful comments, I am so happy you like this one and appreciate your support very much
    A Key, such a nice thing to say, I am trying so hard to perfect wc, some day it may happen thankyou all

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