What's Through Your Door.

What's Through Your Door.

Great depth and subject matter Denise.

Dramatic and intriguing.

Full of intrigue! Great watercolour Denise.

Thank you for your kind comment's, they are very much appreciated Carole, Dennis, Stephen and Linda.

You’ve done a good job here Denise, interesting piece!

Excellent work Denise, the brickwork on the right is particularly good. As said already you have achieved good depth, not an easy thing to do .

Thank you Alan and Paul, your comment's are really encouraging and very much appreciated.

A piece to make you think Denise, where is the door, what is behind the door and what triggered you to choose it as a subject, yes intriguing and very well painted.

What fantastic depth you have achieved Denise. I agree, very dramatic and intriguing.

Posted by Nerys B on Thu 19 Nov 21:33:42

Thanks Fiona and Nerys, I like suspense and intrigue plus the fact I needed some practice with brick work.

Fantastic contrasts that accentuate depth, Denise. Also like the way you have simplified the stonework.

Thanks for your kind comments Ron.

Denise, this is fab! You’ve come so far in the short time you’ve been posting here. You are an inspiration!

What an interesting door - good perspective

Like this, Denise, an eye-catching and intriguing composition.

Very dramatic and the brickwork is really good. Really like the sense of depth.

Thanks for your lovely comments, Tessa, Heather, Jenny and Hilary.

So clever to achieve this depth and the lighting effect too which adds to the drama!

Very intriguing painting, lovely coloours, light and good perspective, keeps your curiosity alive as to what is behind that door.

Thank you very much, Anne and Maureen.

Lots to admire in this one Denise.

I agree with all the comments, great work

Thanks for your comments Diane and Romila.

Hang on Studio Wall

Getting some practice in with watercolour this week. I am always looking for interesting shapes to practice with.

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Denise Cat

My name is, Denise. I started painting at the end of April during the Covid lockdown 2020. I’ve never painted before or had any experience of doing any art. I walked into a shop, bought some watercolours and have been trying to teach myself. I have pain conditions and had to retire early last year…

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