I might just leave it


I agree!!! Brilliant, Diana, abstracted to a point of recognition. Great work as usual!

The rain has gone on long enough for you to reach perfection in expressing its flow Diana. Glad the snow has replaced the rain though, as it’s much more magical.

This is fantastic, Diana.

Can only agree, this is great !

Thank you Thalia. I agree. The abstract designs are really appealing. Thank you so much Carole. I have loved the snow though painting it will be very challenging. I should have s as try though. Thank you Mia and Richard. It turned out to be a lot less challenging than I expected after really simplifying the shapes. Hello Marjorie. No , I didn’t !! 😂

Diana, your portfolio of watercolours with the theme "Looking through a windscreen (or window) in the rain" are incredibly. The idea is great and your skill and execution are so exceptional brilliant - Chapeau!

Yet another super work Diana - I always enjoy your postings.

Lovely watery painting as usual.

This is just so engaging Diana. I just keep being drawn back to it.

Great shapes, Diana, and like the colours.

Love how you create so much variety in the same subject, those sweeping lines are so effective.

Amazing use of watercolor, creating a beautifully layered piece.

Good morning Detlev. That’s such a wonderful compliment and very motivating. Thank you. Hello Michael and thank you again. I value your interest. Thank you very much for your ongoing support Linda and Audrey, I love it when a painting has that effect. Hello Jenny. I do like the abstract shapes in some of the rain paintings. They tend to be when the rain was especially heavy. Thank you. Good morning Anjana and thank you. I like to use my own images and have lots of rain ones but don’t want to become too repetitive. Thank you Seok. I really value your opinion

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Half imperial watercolour on Saunders Waterford CP 300lb paper I loved those sweeping lines.

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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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