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Another good one, Paul.

You should do it more often, good one!

Great still life Paul 😊

Thank you David , Heather and Faye for you comment they are appreciated.

It’s a super still life composition Paul, very good indeed.

Very good Paul, you must do more !

Ooh I like that . Great pic Paul

Thank you Fiona , Richard and Jean for you very kind comments.

Very good still life Paul, you should do more.

Thank you Denise I’m thinking of a couple more. The colours are a lot brighter than it shows in the photo, in fact it very bright for me .

A great, little composition and so topical Paul. Super job on that basket, not easy.

Lively still life, and I like the fact it tells a little story - pumpkins half price post Halloween!

I meant lovely, not lively! That would make for a strange still life!!

A super colourful still life, Paul - love the basket too!

Lovely Paul. I agree you should do more!

Good composition and a lovely still life Paul.

Nicely done Paul and what a lot of tasty pumpkin soup.

Carole, Sarah, Anne , Diane , Dympna and George thank you for you kind and very encouraging comments they are appreciated.

Ah the poor old leftover pumpkins! Nicely captured Dixie.

Lovely composition and colours, Paul.

Thank you Tessa and Jenny , you comments are appreciated. I think your a softy Tessa, are you starting a campaign to re home pumpkins.

Good one Paul, especially that basket.

Thank you Val , I enjoyed doing the basket , I thought it would be very tedious but it wasn’t.

Nice one Paul.

Thank you Shaun your comment is appreciated.

Good subject,basket nicely observed.

Fantastic, love the basket weave, its so effective.

Thank you Anne and Carrie for your kind comments , they are really appreciated.

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A4 watercolour on Bockingford rough paper . Inspired by a visit to the local farm shop. I don’t do still life very often, but enjoy it when I do.

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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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