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Aaah you lucky, ...I recognize the spot it's a great place to paint! I reckon it will be a great place all year round although spring is sooo fresh and new, just like your new spot Rob, enjoy both of them.This one is going on my desktop, ... thanks!
Hello RobJust come across your blog through Fábio Cembranelli blog.It is good to meet a fellow Artist based in the UK, and I must say I do enjoy your work immensly.Please allow me to follow your blog.Best Regards
I don't usually like bright greens in a landscape -- but yours are wonderful!I have another 2010 Olympics painting up this week -- hope you'll go ahead with the 2012 Olympics series your hinted at. I see them as updated Monets...
Hi Rob, thanks for stoping by, I feel honored. You deserve lots of awards, your sense of light is stunning.
hi rene hope you had a good time at the bollenstreek!yes the park is very nice,lots of painting material there,cheers!
my pleasure trevorhave to look up where you are based,maybe we can meet up for a little paint out...
i wish i could do that charlenebut i'm painting so many different things allready,landscapes,cars,bikes and i would like to do football too.
thanks for the kind words fabioawards for light,sounds good to me!
Lovely Spring freshness in these latest paintings Rob, a real British treat!
Hello Rob.I like the lovely spring light and the sense of distance through the trees.It must have been a pleasant spot to sit and paint in.
acrylics are good for keeping things fresh sheila.i don't use them much outside,they don't behave well under different kind of weathers...and yes spring is just sooo fine!
it was indeed a lovely spot keithand because i was sitting down,i didn't get any onlookers as supposed to standing behind my easel like a bill board...
Very nice transparent, complementary colors. Especially enjoyed looking at the enlargement!
thank you dianethe enlargement is bigger than the origenal...wish i could paint like that!
Great colors in this painting! came over from another blog. Your last name looks Dutch (from Frisian descent)? I'm a Dutch (now artist) and I've lived for 20 years in Los Angeles.
yes jeanette,the Ijbema's have been coming from friesland since 1440! this example however comes from amsterdam and now lives in beautiful wales...we get everywhere dont we?thanks for the compliment!
i love your work!!! your paintings are just beautiful!
thank you so much for your enthousiasm and letting me know liana,it makes me very happy!
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