Bluebells at Loggerheads

Bluebells at Loggerheads

This is lovely Anne, I love the delicate colour.

This is another of your beautiful pictures and would make a super illustration for a fairy story.I love it.

Posted by Joy Lee on Sun 12 Jun 13:06:21

Wow, Anne, this is amazingly beautiful. So much details and a lovely choice of colours! Perfect!

I do not think their is words to describe this painting. Its just beautiful.----Wonderful work

There are touches of Arthur Rackham here (think I've managed to mis-spell that), but more importantly, it's you. This is beautiful, and I think you're 100% right about taking elements from different parts of a landscape to conjure up a sense of place, if you've the skill to do it - which you have. We have cameras to show us exact reality - or their version of it anyway - but I'd much rather see the fruits of imagination and interpretation.

I agree with everyone, this is beautiful Anne

Thank you all for your comments. Yes Robert, I am a fan of Arthur Rackham (and Heath Robinson and Burn-Jones).

This is beautiful, Anne. Such subtle colours and a lovely dream-like quality. Excellent.

Fabulous Anne!

This is absolutely beautiful, Anne! Love the detail and the slightly surreal feel of the piece.

I missed this one - glad I found it now. It is stunning - very different in style to most of the pen and wash that you see. Love the whole sepia, old book illustration style of it.

I love your whole portfolio. Magical with the most delicate colours. I expect trolls and fairies to pop up any minute (I never really grew up). I find your paintings very soothing and relaxing and exciting at the same time. You seem to have a style all of your own. Just lovely.

Thank you all fro your comments. Siv, I am glad I'm not the only one who never grew up! :) :D

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Loggerheads is a Country Park near Mold, North Wales. The old mill , the left hand tree, the river and the bluebells were all part of my walk one Spring but can't all be seen from the same place. I rather like the idea of choosing elements to compose a picture that expresses the place but is not entirely real. Pen & Watercolour 35cmx50cm

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