Boxhill Surry

Boxhill Surry


Posted by T H on Tue 23 Jan 00:19:35

Lush and stunning, John. Beautiful work.

Beautiful colours, John, especially the foreground, and such a sunny feeling.

Lovely John. Like the distant figure.

A lovely "feel good" sunny painting John.

Thank you Tim, Sandra, Lewis, Dennis, Jenny, Carole, Dennis and Val. Your feedback is very much appreciated

This is gorgeous John I like the light in the foreground in this.

Really good John I like both paintings but this one has lots more detail 😃

Brilliant John, incredible light and colour.

Lovely work, John, with wonderful layers, light and textures.

A very accomplished work John, detail in abundance but not overworked in the least. I've been away so apologies for not commenting over the last 6 weeks or so, I am now struggling to get my act together hence my lack of posting.

Thank you Linda, Seok, Russell. Your comments are very much appreciated.

Thank you Alan. I am sure we will soon see some superb pieces coming of your easel.

I like the tree in the foreground,love the painting.

Superb John. really rich colours and light on the figures and gate

Love the sunny look - lovely painting

A beautiful woodland scene, it!

Thank you Annick, David and Maureen. Your feedback is very much appreciated.

Thank you Chandra and Dawn for your comments, appreciated.

Love the warmth and happy feel to this painting John. Great light and darkness.

You will enjoy ‘ A sense of Place’ John, it’s a super collection of her work from her Glasgow studio as well as from her studio/Croft in Catterline. I find her work to be raw and honest, and her Catterline seascapes especially exciting. There is a spark in all her work, I love her snow scenes, especially the ones where the light is poor. The tutor of the art group I go to arranged a private tour of her work with commentary from the head curator at her exhibition at the The national gallery last year. I believe when the exhibition opened the twins that feature in a lot of Joan’s portraits were there answering questions about their association with Joan. She is truly loved in Scotland.

Hang on Studio Wall

Oil on canvas. Size 20x16 inches. This painting was made from the en plein air sketch back at the studio.

About the Artist
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 fine…

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