Me and my grand daughter .

Me and my grand daughter .
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What a lovely portrait, Sylvia. I know the feeling about the self doubt! But you did a great job here.

It's great Sylvia! Much harder to do this in somebody else's style. I love those little fat legs.

I love this Sylvia

Brings a big smile to my face Sylvia, Big strong arms to take good care.

Wonderful painting full of character, Sylvia - banish the self-doubt!

It’s a special and sensitive painting Sylvia, and with the Van Gogh twist, it’s a cracker!

Thank you so much everyone. I didn't find it easy as a challenge but did find it an interesting learning curve. 😊

It's beautiful Sylvia your so lucky to have a lovely grand daughter.

It’s beautiful, Sylvia.

Awww I love it Sylvia, your love shines through, a great one!

This is mesmerizing Sylvia, a modern day Madonna painted with such tenderness it pulls at the heart-strings. Cant stop looking at it. Well done.

Thank you every one for such lovely comments...I do adore this little one Sharon though she is all grown up now.

It is a really great subject Sylvia, painted with love and warmth which shines through. A great contender without doubt.

It's brilliant Sylvia. Great subject.

Sylvia this is the 'money shot' (as they say in the photographic world) you and your grandaughter look so content

This is so lovely Sylvia, a charming painting. You do remind me of the actress Miriam Margolyes for some reason!!

Alan, Michael,Carolyn and Margaret ..I really appreciate all of your comments, not too sure about the Miriam Margolyes look alike Margaret...doesn't she fart a lot ? ..😉

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19/10/2017
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I've been slaving over this for the Van Gogh comp in the competitions page . Full of self doubt . Then I see Marjorie's wonderful selfie and want to throw my brushes sky high. I've done it as a pastiche alla Vincent. It's acrylic on free mount board.

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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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