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Spring trees on Lansdown hill

Spring trees on Lansdown hill


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  • Another superb watercolour - just love your style.

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Tue 22 Oct 07:09:54
  • Lovely watercolour study of trees Jem, super feeling of the open panorama in front of them as well

    Posted by Ros Patterson on Tue 22 Oct 08:11:32
  • Lovely work once again Jem, another great tree study.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Tue 22 Oct 09:06:48
  • Interesting that two of the fine watercolours on show this morning demonstrate the point Alan Owen was making the other day about "brown greens" - (see his most recent example). Those who say they have most trouble with greens are so often employing a sharp tube green, or conversely a deadly dull olive green - the strength of this painting lies in (obviously) its superb drawing, but also in the depth of its darks and transparency of its lights, in the sky, distant hill, and grass. There's obviously more than one way of approaching this sort of thing, but I do like this one.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Tue 22 Oct 09:11:56
  • Super painting. The trees are wonderful.

    Posted by Dawn Broughton on Tue 22 Oct 10:10:53
  • Beautiful in it's simplicity.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Tue 22 Oct 10:44:42
  • Stunning tree's, fabulously rendered. Can you tell, I like it!!

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Tue 22 Oct 20:00:47