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Woodpecker Over Rape Field.

Woodpecker Over Rape Field.


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  • If you add anything it will detract from the Woodpecker which is your focal point (I think). Perhaps some longish grasses to the base on the RH side... I like the whole thing as it is anyway.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Tue 07 Nov 08:08:22
  • Lovely as it is John. I agree with Alan, maybe a very few long grass spikes.

    Posted by Jennifer Brown on Tue 07 Nov 08:38:49
  • Difficult to be critical of your work, John. I love the field and tree textures and the vibrant colours. Compositionally you have given the bird space to fly in to and broken that the yellow sward with brown/orange -everything right as far as I'm concerned. Continue the fence with strands of wire -possible alighting point?

    Posted by Willie Drea on Tue 07 Nov 09:49:19
  • John, I am really liking your new bird paintings. You get a lovely soft feel into the picture. I wondered about a wire fence but it is good just how it is

    Posted by Annie Davenport on Tue 07 Nov 11:23:37
  • It’s beautiful, John.

    Posted by Ellen Mooney on Tue 07 Nov 15:00:22
  • It looks great to me John! Wonderful colour on the rape.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Tue 07 Nov 15:53:55
  • It works for me John as the woodpecker is your focal point - anything else might detract from it. I feel the whole scene is perfect. Remember, less is more (and I do hate that saying)!☹

    Posted by Adele Elgood on Tue 07 Nov 16:31:25
  • This is lovely john

    Posted by David Johns on Tue 07 Nov 16:49:45
  • Thank you Alan, Jennifer, Willie, Annie, Ellen, Margaret, Adele and David, your feedback is most helpful. Your right Adele, less is more and beautiful. Thanks. Such a lot of trouble with the broadband today.

    Posted by John Inkson on Tue 07 Nov 17:07:07
  • Colour, texture, a walk into painting...

    Posted by SYLVIA EVANS on Wed 08 Nov 18:34:27