here and there
SNEEEUUW ?!?!?! :-o
ja een beetje op de bergen
You're really inspiring me to do more acrylics with these little gems Rob.Your paint looks thicker than mine. I'm using Winsor and Newton Finity. Which make are yours?
sorry keith it is oils,i wrote acrylics by mistake...changed it...no wonder they looked thicker!i hardly take out my acrylics,oils are so much better in any kind of weather...
lol. Well I'm still inspired by these recent paintings, whatever the medium.I'm also going to try some of the thicker acrylics. Maybe not outdoors in these freezing conditions though!
thats the thing with acrylics,in the cold weather they go funny,in the sun they dry to quick on your palette,inside they are perfect though!
Mountains?I haven't seen any mountains around Llandrindod.
hills are like mountains for the dutch
Acrylics-oil, Mountains-hills, anyhow, it is a beautiful painting
finally somebody who knows what he's t6alking about...thanks dick!
Great subject Rob and interesting story. Farmers in Wales must get quite used to feeling the drafts in this cold weather! Seriously nice painting.
thanks sheila,not sure why i painted this...just really liked the feel and composition
Hello, Rob. Saw your comment on Annie(with the big A) on THE LAZY ARTIST blog and had to look you up. Your oils are so light and bright. I do like the reflections you get on wet streets, the fluffiness of the snow in the last painting, the shadows and lights on all of them, the steam rising from the cows in the barn (I'm running out of breath)--have to check the rest and your other blogs.annie (with the little a)
hi annie,thank you so much for your enthousiasm and picking up on the atmosphere in my paintingsguess i like to paint between the lines...
thank you jala!
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