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Old 09-09-2017, 10:27 AM
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Farm in Winter - stages of the painting

this shows a little of my working process:

there's some more info on my blog if you are interested in the techniques I used
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Re: Farm in Winter - stages of the painting

Barry - I find your process most informative - Thanks for sharing -
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Re: Farm in Winter - stages of the painting

I like that Franz Kline type beginning. Very calligraphic and the process is a successful one. Nice!.
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