Bowl Of Cream

Bowl Of Cream
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Such a dramatic scene well captured John

That's some cloud formation John, it's a great idea to use a small strip of land mass.

I can see why you called it Bowl of Cream that's a fitting title John, lovely cloud formation. 😀

like the format John the overall mood is very well captured love the clouds and sky

Yes Alan a small bit of the land give the scale of the scene and adds perspective. Thanks

Thank you David, your feedback is appreciated.

Such a solid composition with that marvellously painted cloud hogging the centre -brilliant it must look superb at 24x12

Lovely cloud formation and sky John.

Superb clouds and perspective, John, very effective painting.

Such a magnificent cloud formation John, just beautiful!

Works well for me. Lovely mood created.

Spectacular John! I thought the cloud looked like an anvil.

Thank you Michael, Willie, David, Cesare, Margaret, Andre, Dennis and Fiona. Your feedback is appreciated.

It can be what you like Fiona. My bowl of cream view is about describing what was taking place.

This is an impressive piece john, the dramatic cloud formation seems to hover menacingly above the landscape below - brilliant!

Very striking John.

Very powerful and dramatic John. To me it looks like a gigantic bird with its wings guarding the land.

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14/11/2017
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Oil on canvas box frame. Size 24 x 12 inches. This scene is looking out from a hill, the view about 70 miles across, maybe more. The greyish cloud at the top was rolling down and becoming bright white like cream into a basin. Hence the title Bowl of Cream. In the background is the Pennine Way The small light patches are the greater city of Manchester. The foreground countryside we sat on the top of overlooking this wonderful panorama. I took reference photos making sure I got plenty of well exposed cloud formation using spot metering.

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John Graham Inkson

Life From The Easel. As an artist I see my self as an all rounder. Ive worked with all the painting mediums, as well as silk screen printing, ceramics, small sculptures, sign writing, murals, graphic design and digital art. I went to Cardiff University to do graphic design rather than do a fineā€¦

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