Turning the gallery blue.

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Beautiful, restful scene, Sylvia.

Well I was about to write because I hadn’t seen or heard from you on here! Sounds like you’ve had a rough time. Take great care...

Thank you Jenny and Alan. Yes we have our little dramas on a regular basis.,,hopefully all now we’ll until the next time.

Lovely peaceful seascape.

New ones, older ones, they're all here to show support. Love the sharp strokes indicating the birds.

This is truly lovely Sylvia, hope you are OK

Super sea, great birds Sylvia

I haven't seen this before, pleased to see it now...I like the endless ocean feel to it, and the birds, though simply done, are spot on.

Beautiful, Sylvia, nice to see you back.

Posted by C Jones on Fri 03 Apr 16:12:05

Thank you everyone lovely ,happy comments. Life’s a bit fraught so will appear and disappear.😇

Gorgeous Sylvia, a serene setting with some lovely brush and paint effects. Take care of yourselves.

Fabulous washes Sylvia, can't believe you binned it xx

Thank you Fiona and Carole...no I didn’t bin this one I actually sold it , the one binned was my sad little effort this week...now in the recycling bin for the bin guys to laugh over .

So peaceful, Sylvia.

Ah Sylvia. This is really lovely! Hope you're ok x

Thank you Ellen and Louise .x

Simple but effective.

Hang on Studio Wall
03/04/2020
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So sorry if you have seen this before but I wanted to add to the blue theme to Celebrate our NHS in the last week we have had paramedics and district nurses here . About right for us. They are amazing . I did try a new blue pic but it’s been binned. I did this sitting in a rocky little boat going from Mull to Staffa to visit Fingal's cave. A wonderful place.i think the waves and movement helped the painting of it. Water colour, A4 Moleskine watercolour sketch book.

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Sylvia Evans

Sylvia Evans. I am mainly a self taught artist, though I did spend a year at Rochdale School of Art in the late 1950’s. I was then made to get a “Proper Job” by my father, so I spent the next few years in a nursing career. I married and had a family, just picking up a pencil to amuse my…

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