Pednvounder rock pool

Pednvounder rock pool

I always like the bright light you produce in your paintings.

Lovely contrasts in this Diana and I like those muted greens.

Thank you Stephen It was difficult to achieve the bit of light in this one. Good morning Gudrun. I agree with you that watercolour has a unique versatility Hello Tessa and thank you. I used a lot of undersea green and green gold mixed with ultramarines and siennas.

Love the effects you've achieved her and the colours are great as well

Such harmonising shades of green cleverly used Diana. Thank you for info. A superb watercolour.

You achieve a beautiful controlled fluidity Diana spectacular again

I know your paintings by their brighteness, Diana. Another great work.

Beautiful shapes and tonal values of a very difficult subject, pulled off with panache Diana.

Beautiful colours Diana, 😀

Such an interesting painting, like all the shades of green and the light areas, Diana

Diana, I am a fan of paintings that show an unusual perspective. Great sense of fluidity.

Are you going to exhibit this beautiful series Diana?

Another wonderful watercolour.

Thank you Heather. I wanted the distant water to look slightly opaque and blue so I added a tiny bit of white to the first layer then applied a pale ultramarine wash Thank you Carole. I wanted a focal pint so tried to get the centRe area fresher and sharper looking. Thank you Cesare. I’m pleased that you think this has interesting light. Thank you Carole. I looked at it in B&W to see if there was variety of tone. Thank you Linda. The Colgate rather unusual I thought. Thank you Maureen. I love greens. Thank you Louisa. I agree with you about unusual perspective and pleased you like it. Hello Elaine and thank you. I have been invited to exhibit some work later in the year so I might choose these. Thank you Margaret. Your kind comments really encourage me.

Will you be exhibiting this beautiful series Diana?

Very unique composition. The greens and blue palette makes the painting, as does the harmony of shapes throughout. wonderful abstract Diana.

Diane your subjects are so uniquely different and beautifully executed.

You are, beyond doubt, a class artist Diana. Lovely work. The 3D effect her might even please Daphne whatsit .

Hello Elaine. I’m hoping to enter them into s marine exhibition but need to get them through the selection process. Thank you Nancy. I liked the strong foreground colours and almost milky distant water. Thank you Fiona. I do love to look at objects and scenes from unusual angles and if there is a shard of light....!! Ha ha Jim.Daphne whatever she’s called is rather unpredictable in what she likes! Thank you for such a lovely, generous comment

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Half imperial watercolour on Saunders Waterford NOT paper. Another in the Pednvounder beach series and another for the ‘to finish ‘ pile.

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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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