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Thread: After The Storm

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    After The Storm

    Oils, used a part of a painting by Nikolo Balkanski as a reference

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    You picked a winner to try because you really got the lighting just right so you must have had a feel for it to begin with. Painting took it farther than a casual photo, because to me it looks more interesting, there's more going on. The marks that went into it are really rich, as are the colors. It makes it very interesting to look at. Has a personal feel like step removed from the 'matter of fact' because a human being was processing it, the same was as a poem can interpret. It implies way more than the subject, as if looking at a whole world through a small opening. It has implications. It moves a plain subject into a whole different level. Very nice job Just Jean.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    justjean, beautifully painted little vignette ... great details like the tree trunks in the distant grove, and the snow piled up against the fence. the evident brushwork and canvas texture add to the richness of the work..... excellent work

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    Fantastic Jean.... Gives me a sense of the scene which is being portrayed....I can feel it!
    Beautiful job on the softness of the shadows and lighting....
    Nicely done freind,
    Steve

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    Looks really good Dear Jean
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    That's what art's about, isn't it -- at some point it's about the relationship between the art and the viewer, sort of like speed dating. (D Akey)

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    Very good

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    Thanks Da, and yes I did love the whole painting , to me it was the village street in times gone by

    Gary , thank you your comments are much appreciated

    Steve, thanks the original painting reminded me of my much younger days

    Andrea, thanks for your kind words

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    Thanks MK, for peeking in and commenting and by the way your English is fine

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    Hi Jean yeah I do like it just been on Google a smashing Site Thanks Jean for Finding KIA ORA

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    Thanks MK, for peeking in and commenting and by the way your English is fine

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