New York, New York

New York, New York

reflections get me every time. love em

Lovely image of a rainy day, great washes

Beautiful transparent washes, Barry.

Op notch Barry, lots of energy.

Thank you Peter, Linda, Ellen and Stephen for your comments.

Brilliant, love the reflections and indeed the whole painting Barry.

Nice work all round Barry.

Thank you David, Jim and Carole.

Cleverly done. The tall buildings are wonderfully imposing!

Posted by T H on Thu 21 Sep 20:04:00

Thank you Timothy, I think I must have retained some of the information from Alvaro Castignet when I was on his course earlier this year.

Another beautiful street scene, Barry.

And here was me thinking that you were over there, well worth a visit if you haven't already been, anyway, a good studio piece on a wet day Barry, atmosphere in abundance.

Thank you Cesare, if only Alan I regret that I will have to be content with photos in the studio.

Thank you Margaret.

Terrific Barry, love the scale of everything, and the reflections.

Thank you Fiona, I enjoyed painting it and I hope it shows in the finished work.

Brill vibes love this

Thank you very much Jenny.

I think I must have missed something. I didn't realise you were in New York! This is full of atmosphere and captures it all.

No you didn't miss anything Gudrun I am not in New York still in rainy old England working from photos of the Big Apple. Thank you for your comments.

Hang on Studio Wall

Today was to be our last Plein air meeting of the year(light weights I know) but due to the rain we had a day in our friend Steve's studio. This was created from several photos on Arches 140 llb not half imperial watercolour paper.

About the Artist
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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