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One of Those Rainy Mondays

One of Those Rainy Mondays


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  • Always look forward to seeing your work Barry love every one another cracker indeed can't fault it and you can use as much artistic licence as you want 007. Give my best wishes to Jem

    Posted by dennis rounding on Mon 14 Aug 13:19:03
  • Lovely painting Barry it works so well you kept the buildings believeable without too much detail so they don't compete with the main part of the painting , it gives great atmosphere and depth well done Barry love it.

    Posted by dennis roberts on Mon 14 Aug 13:19:24
  • Thank you both it gives me great encouragement and a determination to keep going in this direction. I feel that I am beginning to make progress and learning so much more about working wet into wet.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Mon 14 Aug 14:24:05
  • Terrific painting , your work is something to aspire to.

    Posted by Brian Parnell on Mon 14 Aug 14:29:44
  • Thank you Brian your comments are very much appreciated.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Mon 14 Aug 14:41:41
  • I'm sure the wind blew those signs around 180 degrees, that's the driver's excuse to the law.😀

    Posted by Brian Parnell on Mon 14 Aug 14:42:53
  • Well spotted Brian.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Mon 14 Aug 14:47:56
  • Not an error, surely. I have seen cars driving through a No Entry sign in Bath on several occasions :-)

    Posted by Malcolm Brooks on Mon 14 Aug 15:18:50
  • Can't argue with that Malcolm. Justified on an artistic level to provide colour and reflections, I wonder if I could catch Alvaro Castignet out, as he is very keen on both brake lights and no entry signs. I must keep an eye out!!!

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Mon 14 Aug 15:32:51
  • This is really good Barry. Love the wet into wet effect.

    Posted by Dympna Marshall on Tue 15 Aug 11:49:56