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Seat In The Sun

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  • Very different palette for you Thalia. Love the greens. The colours have reproduced more faithfully to the easel version than yesterday’s post.

    Posted by Seth Dalton on Tue 01 May 08:47:08
  • Beautiful greens and those splashes of red and yellow make for a lovely painting.

    Posted by Ellen Mooney on Tue 01 May 09:48:26
  • Thank you, Seth. Yesterday's easel shot was too much in the shade of the easel itself. I used the left overs as the base for this one adding others in with them. Thank you Ellen, that's very kind of you, the reds are the poppies which are out in profusion at the moment, the yellow is grass seed, caught by the sun light.

    Posted by Thalia Stones on Tue 01 May 12:55:54
  • I like this. Its quite impressionistic.

    Posted by Timothy Holmes on Tue 01 May 13:13:06
  • I'll agree with the impressionistic Thalia. Nice work.

    Posted by Jim Morris on Tue 01 May 14:54:33
  • Indeed I had Monet in mind as I was painting it...Hmmm! Thanks Timothy and Jim, I hope to get as good as the great master...one day!!! Thanks for commenting and for the encouraging remarks

    Posted by Thalia Stones on Tue 01 May 15:13:34
  • Super work Thalia.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Tue 01 May 15:51:53
  • You’ve met the challenge admirably Thalia, certainly mastered those greens.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Tue 01 May 19:11:40
  • Nearly missed this Thalia....you may start a lovely garden and the construction of a Japanese bridge!!
    A nice feel about this. Why do people like him, Chopin,...... ....... ....... and that list goes on, ever have to die?

    Posted by Guy Marrett on Wed 02 May 06:19:50
  • It might have been more difficult but you have a beautiful result to be proud of.

    Posted by Sandra Kennedy on Wed 02 May 21:42:27