St Conan's Kirk, Loch Awe

St Conan's Kirk, Loch Awe

So well painted - nothing to worry about Val - love the way you have handled the trees.

Beautiful Val, love the colours in the foreground. Also like how you have faded the end of the church.

A really nice painting Val, like the subject, composition and colours you have used in this piece.

A really well observed study Val, excellent work.

Don&#39;t you dare call it an &#39;effort&#39; Val, it&#39;s a beautifully accomplished watercolour. Your Kirk is superb in the tones of grey and blue and I love how you have done the twisted branches of the tree, which really stands out against the Kirk. Top notch Val and has shown mine up to be what it is....scruffy!!lol<br />When are you coming down my way..... you&#39;re always welcome.

Love this one Val!

Thank you everyone for your generous comments and taking the time and trouble to leave them, much appreciated.

Fiona, I&#39;m sure I&#39;ll get down to your part of Scotland at some time, it will make a very pleasant change from always going northwards so many thanks for the welcome and I&#39;ll look forward to it. X

Excellent watercolour Val , lovely fresh washes

Val I love this painting.I have visited the church and Kilchurn Castle ruins when I stayed in Loch Awe a few years ago. It&#39;s a beautiful area for artists to get inspiration. Well done.

Bright, crisp and full of light. Beautifully done, Val!

Hang on Studio Wall

Should know better that to post one of my efforts next to Fiona. LOL Watercolour of a lovely old church with an unusual interior that I visited last October.

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Val Kenyon

I am a self taught artist or, as I like to say, I'm "unrestricted by formal teaching" which probably explains my mish mash of styles. I paint in most media, watercolour, gouache, oil, coloured pencil and my favourite, soft pastels. I'm inspired by the Scottish landscape, nature and animals and…

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