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Fishing Boats in Newcastle


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  • There are so many technical felicities to comment on here you could write a manual about the thing. I'll limit myself to just one that caught my eye - the still saturated sand: in places wet enough to mirror the sky perfectly, elsewhere tarnishing gracefully as the tide ebbs. Magic.

    Posted by Kim Sommerschield on Mon 13 Oct 08:15:29
  • A change of scene for you from the city to a river scene, yet your lovely, strong watercolour technique is evident. Good use of light and shade and you have simplified what must have been a very complex scene so well.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Mon 13 Oct 08:58:48
  • Lovely work, Joseph. I agree with Kim - there are countless excellent points one could comment on in respect of this piece. I love the light and the atmospheric quality of this scene.

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Mon 13 Oct 12:02:46
  • Takes my breath away at it's simplicity and it's complexity. Just wonderful work.

    Posted by Thea Cable on Mon 13 Oct 17:37:06
  • Wonderful watercolour Joseph.So interesting to look at and your composition is beautifully balanced. Love it.

    Posted by Dympna Marshall on Tue 14 Oct 01:45:51
  • Lovely!

    Posted by Vivian Sophie on Tue 14 Oct 13:51:26
  • Super painting Joseph and interesting for me to see that close up!

    Posted by Louise Naimian on Tue 14 Oct 15:59:24
  • Thanks all for your kind comments - best bit for me is the bottom left sand which goes from under water to out of water - really happy about this little bit

    Posted by Joseph Broderick on Tue 14 Oct 17:03:49
  • So calm and beautiful, love your affinity with light Joseph.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Thu 16 Oct 17:21:11
  • It's been said!!!

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Thu 16 Oct 19:05:09