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Old 02-11-2010, 10:55 PM
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This a xposting from WDE08Jan2010. It is on12 x 16 Grumbacher Acrylic/Oil Canvas pad and is done with basically Pebeo Acrylics and Grumbacher Modeling Paste.

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Re: Welsh Cove

Hi Kate I've never use paste before but your composition is very nice. A little more modelling on the rocks in the water and you got it!
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Re: Welsh Cove

This has a very abstract feel to it.
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Thank you Tony and Gayle for your kind remarks. Tony I will certainly take into consideration your comment about the rocks.
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