Looking at you, looking at me looking at ewe....

Looking at you, looking at me looking at ewe....
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Love your marks, love your colours and who couldn’t love your ewes. You’ve got that woolly look to their fleeces......fab!

What a fabulous flock of sheep and a great title. I look for titles. The sheep nearest the fence is our protagonist, methinks. Super work, Tessa. Bri

Thank you Fiona and Bri, I always look for an eye catching title as well Bri! And yes they did seem to be glaring at me, especially the one nearest. Curious creatures!

Good sheep Tessa. Nice rural spot for an art class too.

Fab painting and I like the title too

Love your title and unusual subject matter. Great little 🖼Tessa.

Many thanks Michael,Anne and Carole. Yes Michael it’s a lovely spot for a class but not in today’s weather.!

At least they do stay reasonably still Tessa. Tricky subject well captured.

Looks so effortless , I feel very flatted to receive a comment from such a talented artist as yourself. Love the sheep Tessa 🤩

Thank you Tracy- you’re too kind!

Lovely. I find sheep fascinating to watch but they are not good models if you want to stand and draw them The minute they see you they are off. I have fields at the end of my street too. Lovely when the lambs are born.

Thanks Dorothy, you are so right. They’re very curious but did keep moving!

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03/04/2019
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12x16” oil on board. I started this at class last Thursday en plein air. I’ve been wanting to paint these sheep who are in the field behind the hall where we hold our class, just waiting for a decent day to get outside! Finished at home.

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Tessa Gwynne

I have returned to painting over the last few years having relocated from Cardiff to the Cotswolds in 2009 and joined the Guiting Power Art Group. Although I did a year's Foundation Course at art college after leaving school, I hadn’t painted much in the interim, except for a few attempts here and…

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