Fragmented spectrum

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L0vely Diana, worked a treat. Churches can do no wrong with me.

Eyecatching. A real winner. The colours on the wall are suitably muted, not over bright.

Great subject very well painted, Diana.

Gorgeous again that girl!

Love your windows, Diana

Thanks Jim. Nice change from the kitchen sink! Thank you Tony. Yes, if anything, the reflected colour on the wall was even softer. Thank you Cesare and Thalia. Lovely to hear from you. Thank you Maureen. The photographer gave me a gem.

Stunning Diana! Reminds me of the Kaleidoscope I had as a child with all those gorgeous fragmented colours filled with light. Beautiful.

Stunning Diana.

Thank you Fiona. I see what you mean and I still love looking into them. Thank you Susan. It means a lot to me.

How wonderful is this Diana. Just love those diamonds of colour and the light radiating through the window.

You captured the light perfect 👌

Thank you Carole, Jennifer and Paul. I was lucky to be given such a motivating image to use. Austen did the hard work in capturing the moment and I enjoyed the challenge of putting it into paint.

What a cracking painting Diana, those colourful reflections are superb.

Love this Diana, Just as you would see the glimmering light.

Thank you Dennis. Good to hear from you. Hello Val and thank you for your very welcome comments. Thank you Val-Irene. I value your kind comment

Wonderful painting Diana

Lovely Diana.

Thank you Russell, Shaun and Romila It’s so encouraging to read your feedback. Much appreciated

Hang on Studio Wall
06/10/2019
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Half imperial watercolour on Saunders Waterford CP heavy paper. Composition wise, this isn’t too strong but the colours and angle of light might make up for it. I didn’t want the leaded lights to give a ‘painting by numbers ‘ or colouring in look.

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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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