Go fly a kite.

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Another good one, Dixie. Like the distant kite and kite flyer!!

A very well painted composition Paul. Love the sand dune in the foreground and the airborne Kite in the distance. Also great narrative.

simplicity at its best nice painting Paul

Lovely Paul, I like your blustery sky and the foreground sand dunes.

David , Chris, Paul and Val thank you for your very kind comments.

Nicely painted Paul 😌

Lovely fresh painting

Tessa, Stephen and Cecilia thank you for you kind comments.

Lovely composition Paul.

Yes we did this and all fell over 🙈 lovely Paul

oh, i love this - so wonderful painted! 💛

Posted by Tanja G. on Wed 15 Mar 20:32:04

Andrew, Sylvia, Faye and Gala thank you for taking time to look and comment on my painting , I do really appreciate it.

Love the addition of that red kite.

Beautiful in its simplicity. Love it.

Thank you Heather and Valerie for you kind comments.

You can really sense the breeze in this Paul. A great airy feel to it.

Thank you David I appreciate you taking the time to look and comment.

It's good Paul. Lovely washes.

All that space…..fabulous!

Thank you Fiona for you kind comment.

Sea and sky are very nicely painted, you can almost feel the sea breeze!

Thank you Ross I appreciate you taking the time to look and comment.

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15/03/2023
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A 23x36 cm watercolour, set on the lonely beaches near Findhorn in Morayshire. I used to run along the beach from Findhorn to Lossiemouth as often see one of the aircraft technicians flying a huge kit . He made them himself he was trying to see how big a kite he could fly from the beach without it tugging him over . The biggest I watch him fly was 8 x 6 feet , he though I was was made for running in full kit , I think he was of his rocker for trying to get airborne without a plane, a long time ago.

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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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