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I had to give up on painting on Wednesday, I was wilting in the heat. I don't know how you could bear it! It obviously didn't affect your painting ability - lovely piece!
I thought this was a Aussie scene for a moment....very nice :DWe are getting record breaking cold snaps in some parts of South Austrlia....brrrr!!!
well lesleyit is better than the freezing winter...lots of people pay good money for this weather!i'm boasting now,i didn't last longand it needed a lot of fixes once i got home...
hi susan,at the moment we must have as many flies as you Aussies!but not as many sheep...thanks!
at the moment we must have as many flies as you Aussies!Thats because we sent some of them over to you for a holiday :D
Susan can you send us some of your funny hats too? you know the ones with the corks?...on second thoughts,send the whole bottle...lol...
Rob, I like your painting very much. You have a wonderful composition with great aerial perspective. Do you tone your canvas before painting? The soft purple "over colour" I am seeing nicely unifies the painting and sets a beautiful mood.(We've had a very hot spell here in Canada, July 14-23 I was involved in a paint-out and in that duration, I only produced 2 paintings--just too hot)
thanks for the compliments Rob.yes,i prime my boards with either a weak orange or pink,this will break up the many greens of summerthis together with a limited palette of just three colors enables me to create harmony.2 paintings on one day,sounds like a result to me,especially on a hot day!!
Your are Nice. And so is your site! Maybe you need some more pictures. Will return in the near future.»
oh yeah??what's so nice??would be nice to see your blog!!don't bother coming back!!
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