The Boathouse, Hawick, Northumberland (2nd attempt)

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Wow, these colours are so vibrant, beautiful.

They are both so good !!

I haven’t seen the other version but I like the red bathing the rocks and water. So beautifully atmospheric

Love the colours in this, Carole, and especially the foreshore; very impressionist! Lovely ! Love and God bless, Andy xx

This one really glows Carole, I think you have really lifted this, nice one.

Just stunning Carole

Yes I think you’re right Carole. I prefer this one. The colours really zing.

Thank you Katy, Linda, Diana, Andy, Malcolm, Jacqueline and Anjana for your ongoing support which is invaluable. Thank you to all of you, for your beautiful art work which has given me so much pleasure and inspiration during these dark, lonely weeks.

Beautifully painted yet again Carole

That sky is on fire. It's amazing.

These sunsets are so tricky to get right, you’ve done well to tone it down a touch Carole. I generally keep them really low key, which works better for me!

Lovely, Carole, I liked the previous version, but this has such a beautiful glow to it, especially on the rocks.

Thank you Dorothy, Jennifer, Alan and Jenny for your lovely comments. I am terrible for bright colours Alan. I know subtlety is often a much better way to go but I just can’t resist those bright, juicy, colours.

Love the dramatic sweep of the landscape, full of drama and light.

Thank you so much Christine and Seok for such positive comments.

Terrific blaze of colour.

You have handled the colours perfectly in this outstanding painting Carole.

I love your orange colours Carole, such an uplifting painting, you inspire me to try them. Gill

Beautiful Carole and the foreground is superb!

Some powerful colours used here Carole. Really well painted.

Beautiful glow Carole

Brilliant love the vibrant colors

Nice winter sunrise Carole. Its Howick by the way.

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18/06/2020
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16” x 12” oil on board. I decided to remove the fisherman from the painting and tone down the red a little and feel the painting benefited from these alterations.

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