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Old 02-19-2020, 11:47 PM
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Re: February 2020 Oil Pastel Challenge and Chat

Thanks Sarah, take away the obvious errors, and its nit a bad likeness.

Your portraits are amazing.
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Re: February 2020 Oil Pastel Challenge and Chat

Hello! I have not time to go in this forum this week because i spend some days with my son and my grandchildren at a ski station in the Alps: Puy Saint Vincent. But I try to go on painting with my OP.
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I like your sketches! I've never skied before but I hope you enjoy it.
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Good stuff everyone. Keep it going.
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Yes Tuscanny, I enjoy the landscape from my window (you can imagine how beautiful it was either if my drawings are fast and poor). I enjoy to be with my son and my grandsons. Like you I do not know how to ski. But I enjoy to see Théo 6 years old who can ski after 6 days of lessons!
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Day 2. Tried a photo of mine, dawn in the middle of nowhere South Aust. .
On A3 water colour paper. Couldn't blend specialiats and didn't want to waste my Senns


I LOVE that glow on the buildings!!!
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Today i do not have finished my painting but I post the beginning of my work.

It is an OP, of course! on paper Canson Pastel 24 x 32 cm.
This is a cityscape , a little street of a little city in Ardèche, France. I live near that city.



Marochette --
I really like this version. I see it as symbolic of the separation between the past (on the left) and the present (on the right). Also, there is the idea of the past overlooking the present. And the wall (which turned out to be additional buildings) dividing the past and the present.

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