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Old 08-02-2007, 12:19 PM
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North Rim 9"x12" oil o/c Cape Royal north rim Grand Canyon

Road to Verde 5"x7" oil on gesso board Northern Az. Rim Country

Kodachrome Arch oil on 140lb w/c paper 2.5"x2.5" matted to 5"x5" one of the many arches in Utah

Hacienda Afternoon 8"x10" o/c original sketch from Tlaquepaque in Sedona, AZ.

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Ooooh Fred, nice ones!

All my favorite places in the southwest - I've been to Sedona many times, so I am familiar with your Tlaquepaque doorway arch.
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Kathryn; Thanks for your reply
I managed a small gallery there for awhile and have alot of photos
check out my site in the photography section for the Tlaquepaque ones
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These are so expressive with atmosphere oozing from your brush strokes. The colors are beautiful and your skys are fantastic in the first two. The arch doorway is very peaceful looking like on a summer day when everyone is relaxing for the afternoon. Lovely work, Fred
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My favorite is the Grand Canyon piece. Such wonderful lighting! They are all very nice...good collection.

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Nice ones, Fred! The graphic nature of the third one is kind of a departure for you, isn't it? I like it!
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Oh, good, Fred... You made it over here. I really like 'Road to Verde'. Makes me want to take another trip home soon and drive all over the place!

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Hi Fred. These are all beautiful paintings! I love that arch!!! Nice work!
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Do like the last one - the riot of colors among the shadows is most impressive...
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All lovely, I'm partial to the arches. Both the natural one in Utah and the doorway in Seona.

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Hi Fred

These are very nice ... some day I may get down that way and see this country for myself. One of the blessings of WC is that we get to armchair travel !!!

Did you know that if you use the "Image Uploader " instead of "Attachment", you could type your titles with each image? That way we don't have to scroll back to see the title of the pic??

I notice most of the other forums on WC use attachments instead of the Uploader and am wondering why??? In the Photography Forum we seldom use Attachments and encourage the use of the Image Uploader.

Another feature of the Uploader is that when you are in the Reply window, and scroll down to see past posts, the images are there as well. Makes a huge difference when you are wanting to comment on multiple images and multiple posts in a thread.

Here is an example of what I mean by being able to insert text between images http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=436626

I am a huge fan of Southwestern art and artifacts as well as Native North American arts and crafts. This is a cool new forum. I don't paint any more but I am thinking it may be time to dig out the drawing and painting stuff again

Cheers,
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Very nice work, Fred. I love your use of colors!
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