Old boat in sheltered cove

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Super painting Robert

A excellent painting Robert , despite the poor quality photo , you will need to ask Santa for a new camera , just pop it on your list .

Well it is horribly blurred Robert, which isn’t doing it justice as you are only too well aware! Difficult to really comment, but I like the composition and overall tonal/colour balance.

It's an even worse photograph than I thought! Like looking at a scene without my specs on - we shall try again! This is why I'm not posting much at the moment - it's hardly worth putting stuff on if I can't take a decent photo. Anyway, thanks for comments and 'like' - back to the drawing board: I do have another picture to show, but I ain't risking it yet.....

Lovely painting Robert and I hope you get a camera for Christmas.

Pity about the blurring but that sky looks good.

Lovely painting Robert - especially like the composition and the textures. I photograph all my paintings with my Apple iPad, normal one (not iPad Pro) and I am reasonably happy with the results. Never had much success with a camera.

I can look through the blur and see a lovely painting there Robert. I use my iPad for photos like Dympna.

I like this one Robert, but I am a sea lover. Love the sky and the added detail in the foreground including the sea really gives a sense of depth.

Apple I-pad - now there's an idea. I've got a slightly better photograph now, taken with my older camera - I'll try to put it on the Gallery, when I've also sorted the other two I've got ready to go out.

Hang on Studio Wall
20/11/2021
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This is a poor photograph, for which apologies - I need a new camera for Christmas. 8" x 8" oil on board; used a bit of Manganese Blue - a Hue colour, but less fierce that Pthalo and makes good greens.

About the Artist
Robert Jones, NAPA

Born November 18th 1950. Former party political agent, former chairman of housing association. Has worked as a volunteer with the NHS since 2000, painting seriously for the last ten years, sporadically for the last 50. Member, National Association of Painters in Acrylic from October 2015

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