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Thread: Red Barn

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    Red Barn

    a venture into an expressionistic landscape..
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    Nice!

    Real nice composition of colors. Love these types of paint jobs. They are straight to the point. I mean, clear, precise, and diffeent. Nice job!

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    Smile

    funny that the red barn was the last thing I looked at when seeing your painting!
    love your brush strokes and textures!
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    Red barn by the river which is moving sooooooo fast, another great one Gary
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    This one especially appeals to me Gary. I have a "thing" for red barns. A wonderful piece!

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    Lou.. thanks I am glad you like this , and thanks for commenting.
    Katie and Anj.. glad you like this..was a little off my beating path.
    Alexandra..not often I do "barn" paintings anymore although I must confess I did quite a few when I was doing mostly watercolors.. Oregon being mostly farm and ranch country has lots and lots of them

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    I like this Fauvian foray into the world between impression and reality. All in all, it makes a pretty piece on a wall.

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    Albert.. thanks again.. I do have a fondness for paintings from the Fauvism period ..

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    I love this one Gary! So interesting!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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    You perfectly succeeded in Your scope and got a most valuable artpiece, I find!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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