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  • Wow, that's classy Marjorie. Nice work...

    Posted by Jim Morris on Thu 02 Feb 16:41:43
  • Oh yes you have caught something there Marjorie, will super colour harmony.

    Posted by John Inkson on Thu 02 Feb 16:42:07
  • This really is a beautiful portrait, Marjorie. Great!!!

    Posted by Mia Ketels on Thu 02 Feb 16:49:28
  • Lovely Marjorie. I like the sound of those canvas sheets. I shall investigate. I use Tela canvas paper which archival so it says.

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Thu 02 Feb 17:08:43
  • Very nice Marjorie, lass. When I see paintings like this its an incentive to get my paints out again instead of drawing all the time. Keep up the good work. will look out for more postings.

    Posted by stuart fairlamb on Thu 02 Feb 17:30:53
  • Thank you, Jim, John, Mia, Gudrun and Stuart! You've no idea the flak I get when I paint family members! Ha ha. This isn't right, that isn't right. I was told to stick to Still Life's! Of course, I take no notice. After all, it's MY hobby. This one tho', I'm pleased with. I feel I've definitely "caught"her. Gudrun, I ordered a canvas pad ( think it was from Great Art) and it came with a free canvas board. If I ever frame anything, I'll have to stick it on to a rigid support, but that's all in the future.

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Thu 02 Feb 17:45:44
  • Absolutely beautiful, Marjorie! You have painted her thoughts ...amazing expression.

    Posted by Ruth Dolan on Thu 02 Feb 17:47:10
  • Beautiful Marjorie they should all be framed but it is expensive

    Posted by dennis rounding on Thu 02 Feb 18:39:35
  • Great portrait, Marjorie, beautiful skin tones and expression.

    Posted by Cesare Romano on Thu 02 Feb 19:27:25
  • Skin tones look good Marjorie, and to me you seem to be conveying a gentle kind and friendly character of the sitter.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Thu 02 Feb 19:39:15