After the Barbecue 2

After the Barbecue 2

It looks great Diana with no tidying up needed as far as I can see. You are so skilled at depicting complex subjects just love the contrasts in this one.

Wow, love this and the shine effect!

Absolutely fantastic Diana!

Another fine painting Diana. Great work.

The way you paint metal is stunning, Diana. Great work again.

Thats terrific Diane.

Thanks Barry. Maybe the tidying up is infinite ... if you let it! Thank you Karen. That intense light on the metal was so inviting as s painting subject Thank you Saturday and Jim. Your comments are always appreciated Mia and Justin, Thank you you very much. I really value your thoughts

Another stunning painting, Diana. Great work as ever.


Posted by Janet Ng on Tue 04 Dec 05:29:49

Great work, as always!

Posted by T H on Tue 04 Dec 06:40:48

Thank you Cesare. You are so loyal in your support. Much appreciated Thank you Janet I’m having a bit of a metal phase at the moment! Hello Timothy and th asks again for taking the time to comment

Great perspective and reflections in this unusual painting Diana.

Another fantastic image Diana.

Fabulous, Diana! Wonderful technique

Thank you Cesare I always value your opinion Thank you Janet and Timothy. I may have exhausted the steel theme for now. Until something else catches my eye

Thank you Carole, I’m a bit irritated by the bottom of it somehow Thank you Dennis’s and Val. I’m grateful for your ongoing support Thank you so much Val, Margaret and Peter. It’s very kind of you. Hello Gudrun. Thank you for taking time to comment. I appreciate it.

Thank you very much Margaret

Love this! Such a restrained palette.

Thank you Cathrine. It’s interesting how similar the colours are in my last five paintings.

Just seen the size of this, Diana! Fantastic painting which must be wonderful to see for real.

Thank you again Jennifer. It’s funny that I used to think a half sheet was enormous but I actually find it easier to paint on a larger scale

Hang on Studio Wall

Half sheet watercolour on Saunders Waterford rough paper. As ever , there could be a bit of tidying up but leaving for now.

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Diana Boanas

Jut before retiring from teaching , I returned to painting after a 40 year gap. I did O level then half an A level in art ,followed by a bit of oil painting ,printing and ceramics as part of a primary teaching course but haven't touched it since. I was bought a sketch book and pencils while on…

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