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WOW! Dark Days is wonderful - packs an emotional punch..I could feel the storm coming...
That's a dramatic painting Rob. Even though it's a grey day, it's full of colour compared with the foggy December paintings.
wow that second one is going on my desktop!!Thanks!
haha the storm was going!thanks for your enthousiasm cara
hi keith,i have to admit i overdid it a bit with the drama,but hey this is painting not photography...
rene it is still skating on my desktopglad you like it...quite a contrast these two paintings...
Hi Rob, gosh you make everything look so cold and bleak in Wales! Love the Dark Days, all wet and thundery and your snowstorm is quite frightening! I remember Wales as being sunny with lots of mountains and signposts I couldn't understand.
you were lucky liz,a lot of the time the weather is crap but hey! the wetness makes it so lush and green,we've got color all year round...and i would miss the seasons
You are lucky having such extremes of weather to paint - that sky is fantastic! Not so easy having to sit outside in all weathers though! My mum and dad used to live in Wales and the one thing I remember about it is it was always raining!
yes annie it can be grey but never a dull...i was stading just by the boot of the car,for cover ,i knew i would get a few showers
Both are wonderful, Rob. But Dark Days really speaks to me. Got some tension going on there.
thanks billyes dark days was a weird onedidn't go anywhere,didn't fight it,then it suddenly clicked...
The two moods cannot be more different. It is great how you capture these specific sensations. I like the first one especially.
hi stefan,yes that is what makes painting landscapes so interesting,the weather,vielen dank!
How on earth could you forget a painting like this, its brilliant really accomplished and fresh.
well simon if you do many,many excellent paintings,hehe,just kidding i think it was x-mass and the flu that took over and i'm getting older.good to hear you like it!
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