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Tea for Two

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  • Another superb piece Julie

    Posted by dennis rounding on Thu 23 Jul 15:29:37
  • These still life paintings are lovely, Julie. You place the objects in just the right places.

    Posted by Pat Thompson on Thu 23 Jul 20:01:48
  • Ooooooooooo! Gorgeous, Julie. Quite S. Trevena, which is meant as a huge compliment to you.

    Posted by jennifer Alsop on Thu 23 Jul 20:10:40
  • Love the colours in this one Julie, another success!

    Posted by Christine Davies on Fri 24 Jul 08:03:08
  • I like these paintings Julie so colourful.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 24 Jul 08:44:43
  • I had no hesitation in ticking the 'likes' box when I saw this painting. I always find the flat arrangement of shapely objects makes for more visual interest than a realistic treatment. Velasquez painted better realistic still life's than anyone else. Julie's treatment reminded me of paintings by the late Mary Fedden R.A. whose work is always a delight.

    Posted by Robert Kirk on Fri 24 Jul 19:50:50
  • Simply gorgeous, Julie. Such wonderful use of positive and negative space.

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Wed 29 Jul 16:15:50
  • A very lovely composition.

    Posted by Shirley May on Fri 06 Nov 23:30:38
  • I am an Artist and Tutor and I have been teaching art to adult students for over 25 years. I teach both privately and for The Adult Community College and a few times a year I give Art shows to local Arty groups. I am based in North Essex, although my roots are very much in Granada, in the south of Spain, where I grew up. I am primarily a self-taught artist, although I did two years at St Martins Art College, London. I am passionate about my art and teaching and love the use and play of light in my work of art and natural subject, capturing the essence of the scene in any medium I feel conveys this better, as I love it work on most mediums. I also like to experiment and learn from other new artist skills as I think one never fails to learn when it comes to methods and techniques of art. I have recently been pushing my own limits on acrylics with fellow artist Gabino Amaya Cacho and my greatest inspiration. Pinto because I love to paint, my greatest pleasure is to see others enjoy my teaching style and my own work of art.

    Posted by derek bernahe on Sat 30 Sep 02:44:40