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Green and alizarin challenge

Green and alizarin challenge

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  • Works well; as for being scrubbed - I get very bored with paintings that make a virtue of tidiness, and like to see evidence that a picture has actually seen a brush. This is all the better for not being polished and burnished to perfection, because it's ALIVE.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Fri 13 Jun 19:18:29
  • I think you've produced a lovely two colour painting Marjorie, a whole range of colour mixes and a charming subject too. Very well done!

    Posted by Christine Davies on Fri 13 Jun 19:26:17
  • This looks so spontaneous - so effective.

    Posted by Frank Bingley on Fri 13 Jun 21:16:43
  • When you look at all the different responses to this challenge it is marvellous to see the different results and this certainly is a stunning one. Very, very well done, Marjorie!

    Posted by Mia Ketels on Fri 13 Jun 21:55:05
  • I'm with Robert and the others. Lovely painting.

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Sat 14 Jun 16:34:25
  • Thank you everyone - it seems this challenge is over now?

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Sun 15 Jun 17:35:22
  • I like this a lot Marjorie. I found the combination alizarine/viridian very interesting to use, but only as an experiment. Using just the two colours tended to produce a bit of a sickly result, something (i.e. another colour) was missing. However, I think your still life is enough on its own - probably because you have not used the viridian as a green anywhere.

    Posted by Sharon Van Der Veen on Sun 15 Jun 22:50:38
  • Absolutely stunning work, Marjorie! Love the composition, the light and the contrast of warm and cool colors. A winner indeed!

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Thu 19 Jun 15:11:36
  • I love this Marjorie and I'm with Robert on this one - I also love watercolours that are a little looser in style where the brushstrokes are evident. It's a really lovely rendition.

    Posted by Sarah Eden on Fri 27 Jun 21:00:01
  • Nice work Marjorie looks fresh as a daisy .

    Posted by dennis roberts on Sat 28 Jun 19:39:47