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Feed from Ancient Glow

Ospey - Watercolour

Beautiful graceful . just had to paint it

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12 comments so far...


Robert Jones

24 Feb 2012 22:50

I don't know of course if you did paint this very quickly, but it looks as though you did, and this is its strength - there is an entirely spontaneous feel, and it works well with the luminous light. Those wings are just about perfectly done: you've caught not only the grace, but the strength of this bird.


Glennis Weston

25 Feb 2012 07:51

I agree with Robert, the light in the painting is beautiful, a lovely painting of a magnificent bird


Carole Swingler

25 Feb 2012 09:06

Lovely watery watercolour. Great subject Andrew.


Fiona Phipps

25 Feb 2012 10:59

A beautiful 'watery' watercolour Andrew.


Petra Palmeri

25 Feb 2012 12:31

Beautiful watercolour, nice composition and great colours


Jane Adams

25 Feb 2012 14:26

Simply beautiful watercolour and I agree with what's already been said here.


Chris Howat

25 Feb 2012 16:25

An attractive painting in the 'loose' style. You have captured the action superbly! Well done!


Lois Gravely

25 Feb 2012 20:05

I love way in which you have captured the character of the bird while keeping everything so simple


norah blount

25 Feb 2012 21:36

Just love this - everything I like in a painting


Thea Cable

26 Feb 2012 14:34

Super painting - just enough definition to tell us what is going on but also lots of interesting paint interaction to give that spontaneous, fresh and loose feel.

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