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Yew Tree Farm, Sandon - Under Snow.

Yew Tree Farm, Sandon - Under Snow.

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  • Excellent, Alan. I particularly like the handling of the trees from the dark masses in the distance to the light against dark behind the farm buildings. And I always like to see a few people in landscapes. I'll have to try that paper.

    Posted by Lewis Cooper on Wed 10 Oct 08:58:39
  • It's excellent, Alan, in every department. I'm looking closely at the ruddy colours and how they give the monochromatic scene a lift. It's something I've been thinking about for some time and you've generated great atmosphere through their introduction. It's a great example of how a dash of colour can attract the eye immediately. Super scene and super work.

    Bri

    Posted by Brian J Mackay on Wed 10 Oct 09:05:14
  • Superb Alan and doesn't it all gel beautifully

    Posted by dennis rounding on Wed 10 Oct 09:07:47
  • Almost makes me wish for the beauty of snow Alan. It's always so cold, clean and unspoiled. You have it perfectly here, nice work.

    Posted by Jim Morris on Wed 10 Oct 09:14:56
  • Makes winter look warm and inviting. Splendid painting.

    Posted by Tony Auffret on Wed 10 Oct 10:04:43
  • Really beautiful. Just love the way the light reflects off the snow, and the dark trees. Looking forward to seeing this series.

    Posted by Sandra Kennedy on Wed 10 Oct 10:06:37
  • Great work, can't wait for the snow.

    Posted by Chris Tierney on Wed 10 Oct 11:24:39
  • It's a lovely composition Alan, great use of mixed media and I love the lights and darks, will look forward to seeing more 😀

    Posted by Linda Drury on Wed 10 Oct 11:30:32
  • Those bare trees and the light reflecting on the the roof top is just beautiful, Alan.

    Posted by Ellen Mooney on Wed 10 Oct 11:40:57
  • If you've an appetite for more unalloyed praise, I am most happy to provide it. This is the kind of subject in which Rowland Hilder specialized, and you can see why - it has endless possibilities. The touches of hot colour are wonderful at enhancing the light: the picture glows at you.

    I do not look forward to the snow, it's broken more than enough of my bones over the years, but there's no denying the magic of this scene.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Wed 10 Oct 12:40:13