Old Barn

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I love old buildings, too, Paul! You have captured this one so well!

Very nicely painted Paul.

Another good barn painting Paul. Decaying buildings are endlessly fascinating, constantly amazed too at the speed at which nature reclaims them.

Lovely old barn

Thank you all for your very kind comments I appreciate them .

Smashing Painting Paul.

Good one Dixie. There is something about old and wonky buildings that is irresistible isn’t there

Lovely old Barn Paul.

Strange how these old ruins are attractive, but they are. Nice work Dixie.

Denise, Martin , Ross and Lew many thanks for your kind comments they are much appreciated.

This old barn really has so much character - good work, Paul!

This is great Paul! Love all the wobbly and wiggly bits of wall and wood, it has real character.

Thank you Fiona it’s those bits that attract me to these old buildings etc.

Lovely delicate painting shows real sensitivity

Spencer and Elaine thank you for your Comments I really appreciate them.

Thank you Coral for your kind comment..

Full of character Paul.

Great painting Paul of an old barn

beautiful idyllic scene Paul! It looks so peaceful

Posted by Tanja G. on Wed 11 Oct 18:40:54

Thank you Tanja I appreciate your kind comment.

Very well painted Paul, such a complicated scene, handled very competently.

Thank you George I appreciate you very kind comment.

Looks like I'm not the only one who likes old buildings! Nice one Paul

I love the old buildings, boats etc , so much to see in them and definitely test out the skills to bring out the rust, decay etc .

Hang on Studio Wall
09/10/2023
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23x36 cm watercolour of a old barn with recently a cut tree trunk . Inspired and adapted by a online photo , I do love these old building especially when they are starting to decay . The colours and shapes are amazing , looking into then through holes in the roof and sides the inert structure can often be seen . They remind me of a ancient beast where yiu can se the skeleton in and under the skin .

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I have sketched most of my life on and off I became interested in watercolour following a spinal injury whilst in hospital but did not follow it up. My eldest daughter bought me a beautiful wooden box set of half pans about twenty five years ago I dabbled on and off until retirement twelve years…

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