Dedham Morning

Dedham Morning

Some good aerial perspective Barry, the light has worked out fine but like me, you always find something that you are not happy with. Easier to rectify in oils mind you.

It looks great to me Barry.

Thank you Alan, and ever shall it be that we find fault in our work which is good as long as it's positive and doesn't prove destructive. Tend to do more oils in the winter months but I am working on a portrait at the moment.

Thank you Margaret I was just annoyed with myself as I should know better.

Frustrating but it's turned out well Barry, wish I could produce work like this even with the rectification.

It looks great Barry, I love the way you've painted the trees and hedges and the figures just add to it.

Kind words Fiona but we all know that you produce quality work.

Thank you Linda glad you like it.

Lovely delicate colour.

Lovely! I had lunch at the boathouse in Dedham on Friday and saw several artists on the river bank. Perhaps you were one of them?

Thank you Stephen and Rebekah, not me this time Rebekah my last visit was in July.

Ha...I wish Barry!

This one works very well, Barry.

Don't do yourself down Fiona.

Thanks Cesare.

Lovely atmosphere to this Barry. Some lovely washes used by you here.

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Today it was a case of keeping it simple. From a early morning photo I took earlier this year. Didn't keep it as clean as I wanted as my initial wash wasn't strong enough and I ended up adding a wash to get the intensity of light I wanted.

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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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