Support the NHS, Turning the Gallery Blue No 2

Newtown Creek etc 002

Lovely Robert, really like the way your eye is drawn through

I agree, skilled work Robert.

Nice one Robert, well handled medium!

I'm looking at this more or less full size on my monitor. I'm always surprised how small paintings can evoke wide open space. When they are painted well, of course, like this.

I'm very grateful of course for all positive comments, and mean absolutely no disrespect to others when I say it's particularly gratifying to have them from Alan Bickley and Lewis Cooper. Thank you all. This was my first experiment with Chromacolour on its own, with water and in places a little white - I could have used gouache, of course, but - was happier with this.

You’re welcome Robert, good solid, well thought out paintings always stand out for me. There is so much slapdash, anything will do work posted on here, that sounds dreadful, but frankly true...

Beautiful and tranquil.

I like the sense of slowly changing sky Robert; slow but inevitable.

Beautiful and serene, really enjoy looking at this.

Avery nice work of art Robert, gives the feeling of tranquillity.I have never used Chromacolour acrylic but the result from using it looks good. Thanks for your comment on my painting of 'Happy', I have now returned to 'proper' oils. Our Daughter works as a nurse (anaesthetic Sister), thanks for your support.

Cracking landscape work. Can you do Jurassic backgrounds for my Dinos??? LOL.

Hang on Studio Wall

Again, mainly blue; but not all blue. View of Newtown Creek, on the Isle of Wight. Chromacolour acrylic on watercolour paper, around 14" by 12"

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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