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Old 01-18-2018, 03:14 PM
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Re: Oil-from-life challenge, Jan. 2018: optional winter theme

Another accomplished work Carol, lots of interest like the cloth cascading off the table.
Great write up on the Vermeer exhibition Geoff makes me wish I had seen it.
Nice view from your window Sid, is that snow out there?

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Re: Oil-from-life challenge, Jan. 2018: optional winter theme

Dave, I couldn't agree more with the message of that painting, hehe. I'm already tired of snow and ice, and it's only January. The warm colors in the painting are warming up my computer room, so thank you for that! My favorite bit, though, is the clock-face. You didn't overwork it. Nicely done.
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Re: Oil-from-life challenge, Jan. 2018: optional winter theme

very good Dave, I also have a mantel clock or two,
yes, we got a couple of inches overnight!
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Re: Oil-from-life challenge, Jan. 2018: optional winter theme

I really like that clock Dave .. it’s awsome
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Re: Oil-from-life challenge, Jan. 2018: optional winter theme

Hi, Everyone! This is my first post to WetCanvas, a very helpful resource! Thank you for all the good information sharing. Here is a plein air painting done during our first 2018 NC snowfall. It's part of a Red Umbrella series I'm doing, ala Monet's Haystacks.
"Red Umbrella #4" 5 x 7, oil on linen panel.
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