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Khadi exercise

Khadi exercise


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  • The tinted paper is just right for this low sun scene. The glimmer of colour on the figures in shade is just brilliant.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Thu 21 Dec 07:30:33
  • It is an attractive piece. You’re brave trying Khadi again, I had about as much luck with it as painting on a tea towel! Intrigued by the tinting though.

    Posted by Karen Thomas on Thu 21 Dec 07:34:59
  • Beautiful work Barry a cracker

    Posted by dennis rounding on Thu 21 Dec 07:59:46
  • Thank you Carole, Karen and Dennis, more experimenting perhaps after a promising start.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Thu 21 Dec 08:10:46
  • I've no idea what Khadi paper is. This is a very fine painting, I especially like the way Barry does his people. They are so simply painted, but they're real and all looking like they are doing something.

    Posted by Lewis Cooper on Thu 21 Dec 08:32:35
  • Thank you Lewis, Khadi paper is handmade in India and to my mind reacts to paint much like blotting paper would.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Thu 21 Dec 08:38:34
  • The piece is fine and on that paper helps too

    Posted by Derek Snowdon on Thu 21 Dec 12:45:31
  • This has worked really well Barry, I like it a lot.

    Posted by rachel keens on Thu 21 Dec 12:51:29
  • Thank you Derek and Rachel, I like the result and may produce a few more.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Thu 21 Dec 13:12:52
  • Khadi paper isn't sized, is it? So it'll just drink up any water, belch happily, and ask for more - I've yet to try it, but it looks as though it would benefit from dry-brush. You've got a very evocative feel to this one, so perseverance will pay off, given your mastery of just about any other surface you've laid hands on.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Thu 21 Dec 13:46:57