Better Late Than Never

Better Late Than Never

Love the light you've got in this - and yes, painting all the blossom or leaves in tiny strokes is NOT for me.

A lane to walk along and to enjoy..

Lovely composition, John. Super palette.

Super scene leading the viewer down the lane nicely John. Good use of darks and light, vital touches.

Works very well John, good use of tone.

Would love to go down that walk John looks so inviting. The blossom is just right.

Great one John. The colours and light are wonderful and the way the eye is taken down the road.

A lovely scene, John.

Beautiful painting John, great light and colour

Never too late for a painting like this one.

Lovely work, John. It's one of those paintings that makes you want to be there.

Thank you Robert,Sylvia,Seth, Alan, Stephen, Carole, Michael, Ellen, Russell, Tony And Lewis. Your feedback is very much appreciated and inspiring.

Wonderful colours, like the way you have the blossom, a lovely work altogether.

How lovely this looks John, a super Spring painting, I feel I want to go for a stroll down that path!

A lovely painting john just enough blossom on the tree, great light and lovely lush greenery.😀

Looking fabulous, John. Lovely palette, especially like the foreground tones

Thank you Sandra, Margaret, Linda and Thalia. Your feed back is most appreciated.

Beautiful, John, love that descending path and the overall freshness you've captured of this time of year.

Very inviting composition and lighting The blossom is perfectly done. Love the way you push paint around.

Hang on Studio Wall

Oil on canvas board. Size 10x8 inches. Spring finally got here in the end. The blossom is only lightly put in as if you smother the tree it just does not look right. So a little is more. Painted from my own reference photography in my studio. Had a Great time pushing the paint around and finishing it off with a palette knife.

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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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