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Saltford pollard willow, backlit.

Saltford pollard willow, backlit.

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  • Superb Jem the weather is about there now

    Posted by dennis rounding on Tue 28 Apr 08:34:43
  • Hi Jem this is a gem .beautifully painted i wish i had done it .

    Posted by dennis roberts on Tue 28 Apr 10:50:52
  • I do like your way with trees Jem, another super watercolour.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Tue 28 Apr 11:46:36
  • Beautiful contrasts as always Jem.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Tue 28 Apr 13:15:27
  • Hi Jem, superb painting. Like the fact that you have painted some trees that have been cut down or their branches have been cut but yet more branches have started to grow back.

    Posted by Joseph Broderick on Tue 28 Apr 23:58:29
  • Thank you Dennis, Stephen, Dennis, Carole and Joseph. I appreciate your generous comments.

    Posted by Jem Bowden on Wed 29 Apr 07:32:00
  • Your watercolours are so inspiring Jem.....beautiful as always.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Wed 29 Apr 17:29:05
  • A snashing piece of a lovely subject Jem

    Posted by Derek Snowdon on Tue 19 May 20:33:32
  • Hi Jem,i am fairly new to painters online but your work has really inspired me.
    I like your style and confidence you show in your work which I have studied carefully.
    I have come to the conclusion you could not do a bad painting even if you fell out of bed
    backwards at the time.Bob.

    Posted by Robert Molyneux on Thu 28 May 13:26:34
  • Fiona and Derek, thank you very much.
    Bob, many thanks for your comment also. ( I am getting these belatedly, as when the website got updated I stopped receiving notifications when people left a comment. I think I might have sorted that now, but we'll see!) Bob, very kind of you and made me laugh. I certainly can do bad paintings and do all the time. The 'secret' is to tear them up and start again! (x a million times). Don't be precious about a result; enjoy the process, so that you paint very often. Jem.

    Posted by Jem Bowden on Tue 02 Jun 11:17:09