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Old 06-17-2019, 12:02 PM
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A Highland loch and a village pond

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I'm on steroids this week so you get two 'quickies' for the price of one!. Both are 15x11 in. on Arches 300lb NOT.

A highland loch



A village pond



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Two lovely paintings, Mike! Love the sky and mountains in the 1st and the very idyllic village scene in the 2nd!! Hope the steroids do you lots of good!
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Re: A Highland loch and a village pond

Lovely paintings Mike. I particularly like the way you have painted the hills in the first one, and the reflections in the second.
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Re: A Highland loch and a village pond

Two beautiful works Mike - England at its best!

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Beautiful
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Very beautiful work Mike.

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Nice work Mike, especially the first one.

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Mike, we should all get on steroids. Both are beautiful. I like the cloud on the mountain, something J. Fletcher Watson use to do.
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Absolutely gorgeous!
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Thank you all and Bill, you are welcome to join me!

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I hope you are feeling better.

I love your paintings and frequently try to emulate your skies.

The first painting is really one of my favorites...the drama, the color, the granulation.
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Great paintings. Love the first one, the colour in the clouds.
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Wonderful skies
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