Puffins in the sink

Puffins in the sink

Just brilliant Diana, the sunlight queen. Love it.

You have amazing techniques with reflections and every day objects Diana. So much to admire here.

Another wonderful watercolour, Diana! :)

Great painting again, the spoons are brilliant.

Another unusual work of art showing the beauty of everyday items well done Diana

Like it Diana - so unusual.

Thank you Jim. I do come to life in sunlight 😄 Thank you Carole. I am quite animated when the sun casts shadows. Thank you Margaret and Fred. It’s good of you to post your kind comments. Thank you Tao. That one mug in the ceramic sink really caught my attention. I have to admit to setting up the spoons. Thank you Dennis snd congratulations on your award at Patchings. I loved seeing work from people I ‘know’. Thank you Margaret. I’m becoming rather addicted to cast shadows !

Excellent tonal work as usual Diana love the spoons. Good to see your work on display at Patchings when I visited on Sunday.

Thank you Barry. Yours looked excellent too. I was delighted to see so many watercolours. Very encouraging!

Excellent piece Diana, a fabulously simple subject, I can never come up with ideas like this.

Thank you Alan. Congratulations on your award at Patchings. I saw your painting in the exhibition . The water looks wonderful. Hope you stocked up on materials!

Superb Diana, the light is spectacular

Another kitchen sink drama :) The reflections/shine on those spoons is incredible Diana, another superb painting.

Thank you Heather. That means a lot to me. Hello Russell and thank you. I agree with you about the light. It was wonderful. I just added a couple of spoons to the composition Morning Val. Thank you and yes, the dramas in my kitchen are second to none!! Hello Tanusree or is your name Tannusreeray? Lovely to hear from you. Thank you

Thank You Andrew. I loved this subject

Hang on Studio Wall

Half sheet watercolour on Saunders Waterford Not paper Fine line between sod / hard edges and scruffy

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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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