There’s That Guy with the Camera Again.

There’s That Guy with the Camera Again.
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Great atmosphere in this one, like it a lot.

Shades of Constable Barry. Lovely idyllic rural scene.

Thank you Heather much appreciated, and thanks Jim it must be the influence of that area, the scene is very close to Flatford Mill a favourite painting location for the great man. I was actually trying for the Seago effect.

Lovely, tranquil scene Barry. Great colours, especially the trees and sky.

Beautiful painting, Barry - and like, Jim, this reminded me of Constable immediately.

Thank you Carole and Margaret I must admit that it reminded me of a Constable scene when I first studied the finished painting.

Beautiful scene well painted, Barry, and amusing title.

Thank you Cesare.

Just gorgeous, Barry, i agree, Jim, very Constable ish!

Excellent Barry!

Thank you Thalia and Fiona.

Lovely painting, Barry, and very reminiscent of Seago with hints of Constable. I see you were going for the Seago effect and I'd say you've managed just that. The sky, in particular, points the viewer in his direction, although your style looks softer (could be the image). Great work, as always. Bri

Thank you Bri, I think it does have a softer feel which is good as I still want to retain some of my own style. I want to use others as a guide and to learn from them but only as a way of developing my own skills.

Hang on Studio Wall
03/06/2019
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I set the subject for the challenge that lads and I do every two weeks and used a photo I took whilst walking along the banks of the river Stour near Dedham. I decided to use water mixable oils as my medium on a 20”x16” canvas board.

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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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