Thank you Bonnie ,Alex Sam, Jen and Marsha I wish I was as eloquent with prose as you all are, spending 50 years of my life in the construction field where you only need a 742 word vocabulary didn't help most construction workers are better edjucated than they let on it's mostly an act thats not the word I want to use but I can't remember the other one [when I'm writing I keep a dictionary at hand] your comments glow eloquently [I got to use that word twice in one pargraph]
Jen very nice pastel of your grandson kinda nice accidental BG too the sketch isn't bad either for just a quick bit of fun
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my exceedingly old, very small water colour box which I cherish and Love because it has been with me on most of my ein plein air trips abroad.
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Sarah, what a unique and interesting painting. Love it. That watercolor box has served you well. Thanks for sharing.
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Jen Your WIP of the small one .reminds me of Norman Rockwell and some of the humorous paintings he did. Great expression on his face. Now you will have to hurry and finish so we can all see the final product.
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Sarah I would never had thought of painting my watercolor box. You have done a fine job and made it interesting to look at. Very well done.
Bonnie The sky in your painting reminds me of early morning right before the sun comes out very pleasing.
Just by looking at this Alex I would think it was an oil painting. I don't see how you do it and so small too.
Sarah, artists' materials clearly make wonderful art in all senses of the word! A lovely painting of your art box.
Geri, thank you for your very nice comment!
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Wow!! So much has happened. I really need to get started on something soon.
Great WIP's and paintings everyone!!
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This is a very nice WC of yourWC box Sarah nice to have you stop back
Jen, how busy you are and I might add "BRAVE" you are unafraid to tackle anything... good for you.... good job with the romantic ride in the gondola....
Susan: love is in the air.... good job
Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
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Jen, forgive me. I missed your gondola drawing. You have some good value in this one. My nagging you to push, push, push the darks has paid off. You are not afraid of the darks at all. This is a very cute idea. How much more romantic could you get.