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  • Lovely colours, great sky.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 07 Aug 18:54:02
  • I like the strength in this so good to see such excellent modulated darks offset by sparkly whites very cleverly done.

    Posted by Neil Walker on Thu 15 Oct 19:25:57
  • I agree....good strength in the painting..something about it that hgolds the attention..very nice!

    Posted by Raymond Ellis on Fri 16 Oct 09:36:51
  • As spirits inked the heavens, the land around sunk with moody shroud,.My heart pebbled into stone, fathomed deep with lead silence. Amazing brooding emotive tones. It is like cold blue steel pressed against goosepimpled skin.

    Posted by Rod Stewart on Thu 22 Oct 13:03:06
  • That's rather good! Your own? (see Wodehouse: "very good Jeeves! Your own?"; "No sir; the Swan of Avon.") I thought it was a bit too cold at the time, but it grows on me. I am now convinced, by the way, that you are not the Rod Stewart of Sailing fame.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Thu 22 Oct 13:21:47
  • What an atmospheric painting. Gives me goosebumps. Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my two getting into the exhibitions. I still can't believe it.

    Posted by Diana Hudson on Sun 08 Nov 15:24:48
  • Love this Robert, so much depth and atmosphere. We are so lucky to have such place on the island, and your gallery represents them so well!

    Posted by PAM SAWYERS on Sun 31 Jan 12:37:03
  • Love this as it is so atomospheric

    Posted by Lizzie Horne on Sun 19 Jun 17:18:49
  • Love this as it is so atomospheric

    Posted by Lizzie Horne on Sun 19 Jun 17:19:59
  • I too love the brooding atmosphere of this moody painting - reminds me of old masters - love it

    Posted by lynne whitfield on Fri 24 Oct 10:46:19