A Field Of Sunshine

A Field Of Sunshine
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This certainly is cheerful Lin with the lovely bright colours on the sunflower head of the inktense blocks, great touch given that zooming in feel on that one sunflower

I can't put any better than Ros; good one

Ditto the above

I like the cheery feel of the picture, the sunflower is eye grabbing, but it is most interesting how the foreground and background almost instantly get you in equal measures. This would be great as one of those ceramic wall tiles that you often see in garden centres.

A lovely picture , makes you smile.

Thanks all. So Norman that might be a suggestion, maybe I should sent to a tile design company..

... actually reminds me of something my Dad used to say to me when I was a kid I should grow up to be a wallpaper designer. But that was in the 70s....and we all know the wallpaper tastes that were popular then.

Lovely painting. Haven't tried the new inktense blocks yet. What are they like to use?

Great picture. the sunflower is lovely.

Thanks for comments folks - glad you liked it. Jean, the Inktense blocks are actually quite versatile. I sometimes use them like wc pans with a wet brush if I need them to be used thickly. They can be applied dry then brushed with a wet brush which are great for underpaintings as they do not lift when wetted and dried off. So many ways of using them really. They are cool scumbled dry too.

Hi Lin , beautiful work , lovely vibrant colouring .... Thank you so much for your kind comment on my yachting painting ....

Hi Lin , beautiful work , lovely vibrant colouring .... Thank you so much for your kind comment on my yachting painting ....

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01/04/2015
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Something cheerful.... A4 canvas textured watercolour paper DERWENT INKTENSE blocks and pencils On a cold, dreary spring day I felt like painting something cheerful.

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Lin Goodwin

Lin has always enjoyed expressing herself through words and pictures until life got in the way. In her teens she painted semi abstract dream like sketches inspired by record sleeve art by Roger Dean and Hypgnosis in her bedroom. She again took up Art in 2006 due to poor health and disability and…

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