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Upper Slaughter & Lower Slaughter Fields

Upper Slaughter & Lower Slaughter Fields

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  • I always wondered what the difference was between the two,lol. Nice wet in wet effect James.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Tue 12 Apr 14:14:42
  • When in the cotswolds you just have to drive through if you've never been before eh? I'm into this wet in wet now Carole - no stoppin me :-)

    Posted by James Lazzari on Tue 12 Apr 14:45:28
  • Just seen these. Lovely wet in wet effect. Similar nice colour to daffodil/narcissus. They look good together.

    Posted by Louise Naimian on Tue 12 Apr 15:02:30
  • Thanks Louise, I was going to produce two, but I hadn't the heart to seperate them!

    Posted by James Lazzari on Tue 12 Apr 15:40:04
  • I love the diffused effect of your paintings James and they look good side by side.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Tue 12 Apr 22:23:32
  • Thanks Fiona - I'm glad I left them together - not sure about my sig though?

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 13 Apr 05:23:02
  • Will you be mounting them James? If you mount them in one piece of mount board with a central bar you won't see you sig. If you sign one you may unbalance the effect, so I think you've put it in exactly the right place! Thank you for your comment on the 'Poppy field' James. I imagined the flowers you've done above to be 'cornflowers'.......Poppies & cornflowers would have grown together in the same fields. I look forward to seeing your 'Poppies'!

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Wed 13 Apr 09:26:21
  • That's a good idea Fiona, I'll do that when I mount them yes! Well to be honest I was hoping they would look more like Muscari is it (hyacinth grape) as I'd done on another birthday card, but I quite liked the circle effect, so I'm happy for them to be cornflowers Fiona ;-)

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 13 Apr 09:36:12