A Quiet Harbour

A Quiet Harbour
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Lovely loose picture, nicely understated.

Very nice loose feel to this one Barry.

Thank you Willie and Stephen it's nice to hear you think it has a loose feel as I felt I'd slightly overdone the ink work.

Agree witb all comments and think the blue boat is a great "touch" to to the painting,

Wonderful loose watercolour, Barry.

Thank you Richard and Cesare, by the way Richard I can't take credit for the blue boat it was actually there.

Absolutely fabulous Barry, so well done...just right

Thank you Fiona.

A lovely composition Barry, I like the light and colours, very inviting wish I was there.

Beautiful painterly watercolour. I like everything about it. masterly.

Really like the composition and the light that you have achieved, with a great use of colour.

Thank you Carole, Syd and Rita, glad you like the composition tried several sketches before deciding on this composition in portrait format

Very nice

Really good painting Barry

Great painting - like your style

Beautiful work. I thought I recognised the view too.

With your ink style & light washes, Barry, your composition & technique shows the charm of these fishing villages. I especially like all your different windows...the ink marks work so well with the choices you made.

The journey is getting even more rewarding, Barry! This is good work.

Thank you Lee, Maureen, Linda, Nancy and Ruth for your kind words and encouragement.

Beautiful light infused painting Barry

Thank you Dermot.

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22/02/2017
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An ink and wash study I liked the light catching the end of the building and the variety of shapes typical of a West Country fishing viallage.

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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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