Excellent Diana, thought provoking too ... hope the sheep were/are OK?

Clever work Diana. Some individual personality in evidence.Superb.

I always like the way you light your paintings Diana. Excellent.

I think your enjoyment is showing, Diana. Lovely touches of colour here.

Wonderfully composed and painted

Lovely accents and colours Diana, brush work is tactile, I like it very much.

This is magnificent, Diana.

Brilliant, really like your expressive brush marks.

Well done Diana :- ) Love the detail of the wool on the wire.

Smashing work, I recognized straightaway your stile, Diana.

I live amongst sheep and lambs. This is a fab painting Diana you have got the expressions so well. Nice, nice brush work.

Fabulous painting

Morning Heather. The sheep are very happy and looked after I luxury on a children’s farm. They were waiting for a meal. Thank you Jim. My favourite breed is the Herdwick. Not sure what these are. Thank you Stephen. I haven’t achieved the drama there actually was in this scene but I loved the light catching the wire. Thank you Marjorie. I’m surprised I’ve not packed the oils away yet! Thank you Ceri and I like the brushwork of oils when it’s showing Fiona. Thank you Mia snd Brian. Definitely have to keep standing back from these larger paintings. Thanks Andrea. That wool on the wire is actually my favourite bit! Did you Cesare. That’s really interesting Cesare and a huge compliment. Thank you I really love sheep. They often go hand in hand with beautiful places too. Thank you Sylvia. Thank you again Romila. I appreciate all your interest

Very lively brushwork, with great attitude, Diana!

Thank you Seok.

Love the way way you have done this Diana with just the heads detailed.

Thank you Margaret. I really appreciate your comment and sorry about the delayed response

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Biggest oil painting so far. 28x 27’’. Mostly brushwork but big enough to explore techniques. I’ve painted this in watercolour so thought Id attempt it in oils.

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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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