The Path Less Trodden

The Path Less Trodden

Lovely to see your work Robert and I like this very much. I have a good sense of feeling/brushing past the grasses and branches as I make my way to the gate. I am led by the light green of the field towards the house in the distance.

Lovely sense of place, depth and distance. I particularly like the format which accentuates the directional brushstrokes. It’s very challenging to paint grasses and foliage but you have made them look entirely natural Robert.

Love the overgrown pathway with ivy and broken branches, a real sense of nostalgia for the countryside of my childhood holidays, back in the day when children were allowed to run wild as long as they were home for tea! Great title too, Robert.

Not seen your work on here for a while Robert. This jumped out at me as a “special” . Looking for ratty .

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Acrylic, 12" x 16". Photo could be better, it's not quite so pale or misty at the top. Went a wee bit mad with the detail here, but - you should have seen it when it started out.....

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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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