Out for a waddle.

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Love it Paul, 👍🤗

Great Paul, love it 😍

Lovely penguins and lovely rusty boat.

This is fun, Paul, lovely colours.

This is great, love it.

Rusty ship, penguins. What more could you ask for, I love it Paul.

Very good Paul!

Great history and painting.

I like the info and your painting, the penguins are great.

Another super painting, Paul and love the penguins.

Thank you all for your very kind comments they are very encouraging , I appreciate them a lot .

Super penguins Paul!

Such a great idea Paul. Penguins with there own personality. Ships painted with knowledge of shipping and interesting history...

What a great composition Dixie.

Another great painting Paul. It feels like you've had a new lease of life recently!

Good one Paul, and interesting history as well,

Thank you all for your very kind comments as always they are much appreciated.

Love how you portrayed the rusty ship, love the penguins Paul.

Lovely penguins, they look like tourists, Paul !

Fine rusty ships Paul & its nice to get the background info. You've certainly captured the character of penguins.

Thank you Carole, Kwok and Brian for you kind comments.

So made me laugh... love em .

Made all the more appealing by the commentry - nice one Paul.

Thank you Sylvia and Michael for your kind comments. I think penguins are very comical Sylvia.

Love this !

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29/03/2021
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24x32cm watercolour painting on 200 gsm paper . Two old whaling ships the nearest is Petrel and the other is Viola . Viola has been recovered and brought back to Hull where she served as a armed steam trawler in WW11. Petrel is still at Gritviken in South Georgia. The area is a museum and is now quite a wildlife haven with seals , penguins etc .

About the Artist
Paul (Dixie) Dean

I developed an interest in watercolour painting whilst recovering from a spinal injury . Started painting whilst laid flat on my back using a mirror, did it stop the OT pestering me, but it backfired. When I sat up had to start all over again as I was use to painting through a mirror. Stop painting…

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