Old pots

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I like this Paul, you have some really nice washes and colours, a good subject to paint.

Like this Paul - an oldie but goodie

Great background story Dixie and a lovely painting full of character.

Not the easiest subject I think but very well executed with great colours.

Love the the Crack pot story made me laugh. Nice subject with some lovely washes . I expect they made good drainage in bigger pots .

I also like this very, very much, Paul: a beautiful painting with a story!!! Love the composition and the super colours!

Very nice piece of watercolour work, Paul.

Thank you all for your Very kind comment, they are much appreciated.

Love it Paul

Lovely! I admire a good sense of humour in anyone! A great little painting with interesting background Paul.

Lovely colours in this, Paul, and interesting composition.

Thank you Romila, Jenny and Carole for you kind comment.

Exercise in shapes Paul. Interesting rustic colour.

Lovely story to go with a lovey painting Paul.

Thank you Graham, Russell and Fiona you comments are appreciated.

Love this, just natural and well painted

Very expressive piece of work

Lovely painting with a lovely palette.

I really like the colour palette in this - vibrant yet full of subtleties.

Many thanks for taking the time to look and make comments.

Hang on Studio Wall
02/12/2019
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A4 watercolour, done some time ago whilst I was working with people suffering from long and enduring mental health problems. I tiled it old pots one of the clients said it was my impression of them, when I asked for an explanation I was told a load of crack pots. I am still amazed at the sense of humour that some people retain even when so ill, very humbling.

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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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