First Windfall Apples

First Windfall Apples

Nice. I like how you have mixed your media Fiona.

Interesting style Fiona, I do like it.

Very different style for you Fiona but I do like it. I hope you don't suffer too much from the approaching storm which I believe they have named Helene-apparently pronounced Helleeen!!!

Like the colours you have chosen, quite abstract and I could see it hanging in a modern dining room. Hope you weather the storm ok, my daughter's been up there on holiday with the caravan and they are due back tomorrow, I hope the wind isn't too bad for them coming home 😃

Love the beautiful colour washes and the charcoal lines,and touches of oil pastel that make the apples stand out.Lovely blue shadows.

Lovely seasonal image with an array of complex colouring. Very pleasant Fiona.

Thank you very much Carolyn. Thanks Alan, glad you like it. HELLEEEN??!! Well that’s a good one! At least it doesn’t sound ‘cute’ like they normally do. Sounds as though it will be fairly sedate....hope they are not the famous last words! Lol thanks you Carol. Many thanks Linda, I don’t think it’s coming in until late Tuesday evening, that’s south west Scotland anyway, so far. Annick it’s the charcoal lines I like! Thanks very much for your comment.

I did go a bit mad with the colours Michael, thank you very much for your comment...appreciated.

This has an almost abstract feel to it Fiona. Love the colours and the unusual approach you have taken with mixed media.

This caught my eye straight away - great image Fiona.

Great shapes and colours Fiona.

I love this, really vibrant colours too!

Such a good use of colour and media Fiona it really caught my eye. Good luck with the storm, I've battened down the hatches in readiness :)

Great colours Fiona and the charcoal lines work well.

It’s encouraging that you see something in this, thank you very much for your feedback. I set out to do just a simple watercolour but as I progressed the shape became intriguing, so went with them. Not sure if it was the correct course but I enjoyed it.

This is different Fiona, some smashing colours!

Many thanks ladies.

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12”x10” watercolour, oil pastel and charcoal on Arches. My usual quick and messy impression of the first windfall apples collected this morning, I liked the geometric patterns the shadows made. I think by the end of the week my trees will be bare.....they say we have a storm coming in.....I wonder what homely name they will call it! Lol

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Fiona Phipps

Galloway, Scotland.

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