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  • I absolutely love your sheep, Diana - but think I prefer the original version, it has a sunnier feel throughout.

    Posted by Jenny Harris on Thu 13 Jun 09:00:16
  • Thank you Jenny. I really value your opinion and I see exactly what you mean. I plan to do another more ‘open’ and lighter version

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Thu 13 Jun 09:14:04
  • They are equally good. It's a question of preference and taste in this case. It's always tempting to fiddle ....

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Thu 13 Jun 11:51:54
  • Great work.

    Posted by shaun mole on Thu 13 Jun 13:34:56
  • I think I slightly prefer the later version Diana, but it’s a close thing, and I think it’s a question of softness v sharpness. I’d be happy with either! Lovely painting.

    Posted by Tessa Gwynne on Thu 13 Jun 14:19:53
  • How different we all look at things. For me Diana I prefer the lighter version as it shows all the sheep as more inclusive. I know what I mean but it’s difficult to articulate. Super painting and you must be so proud of it.

    Posted by Carole Kelly on Thu 13 Jun 15:41:21
  • Both are great Diana I can't decide between the two but very impressive work as always.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Thu 13 Jun 16:44:14
  • Thank you Gudrun. It certainly is! That left side looked cluttered and unbalanced to me. Maybe needed another smaller face on the right. You could go on forever!😄
    Thank you Shaun. I really appreciate you taking the time to leave me your message
    Thank you Tessa. I agree with the softness balance and also about losing a bit of the lovely light.
    Thank you so much Carole for your thoughts and yes, I do see what you mean.
    Thank you Val for your ongoing support. I do appreciate it.

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Thu 13 Jun 17:34:12
  • I am with you Diana it serves to focus the eye into a smaller area making it less busy. However, both versions are excellent and superbly painted.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Fri 14 Jun 06:42:05
  • Good morning Barry and thank you for your thoughts. It’s really interesting to hear people’s views

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Fri 14 Jun 06:43:56