Steam at Weybourne

Steam at Weybourne
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A great painting depicting the sidings Barry , love it

Good work Barry.

Thank you David, an experiment really with plenty of errors but doing it has inspired me and I hope to be doing a few variations on a theme.

Thank you George.

You have an eye for great compositions Barry. you have captured this really well. the hazy atmosphere is great.

Reminds me of my teens when there was a scrap yard for hundreds of old steam engines in Barry Dock. Wish I'd had the foresight to take photos. Lovely painting by the way Barry.

Thank you Peter l do spend a lot of time searching out what I think is the best composition. I am the same Brian some wonderful scenes have escaped me over the years, if only I had been blessed with the foresight to take photos. Thanks for your comments.

Missed this one earlier Barry, they fly off the first page. Smashing work I love industrial landscapes, great atmosphere also.

Thank you Alan, this type of scene can be difficult with a lot of the tones being very close but if you get them right they are full of atmosphere.

Lovely painting Barry I had a couple of holidays every year in webourne I went for over 20 years , it's a great base for walking the North Norfolk Coast. It's took me back there ,nice painting Barry

Great water colour love the layers, and has inspired me to walk over there with my paints!

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30/09/2017
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Playing around this morning with a scene which shows the workshop and sheds as you come into Weybourne station. Work wet into wet for a long time before letting it dry and finally adding some detail including the steam in opaque paint. Enjoyed the process even if I lost a bit of the transparency. Painted on Bockingford 140llb rough half imperial.

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Barry Hulme

I started painting in 2004, I am influenced by Wesson, Seago and many of the great masters, more recently I enjoy the work of Steve Hall, John Hoar and Alvaro Castignet to name but a few. I paint in a loose style and try to simplify as I can. The medium I enjoy most is watercolour but dabble with…

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