Layers- And The First of The Rapeseed Crop.

Layers- And The First of The Rapeseed Crop.

Love this Tessa, especially the sense of distance and those wonderful yellows.

Lovely colours, Tessa, and you've captured the hazy feeling of the morning very well...

This is lovely

Thank you Carole, Jan and Rachel for your lovely comments. I don’t know where happy came from in my description, meant to say patchy!

Ooo, I like this, Tessa. Love those brush strokes.

Caught my eye immediately Tessa, beautiful work. Often the quick response turns out to be the best.

That’s a smashing quickie Tessa! Love the misty distance and the positive brush work in the foreground. A cracker.

Really well captured Tessa, superb style.

Thanks so much Ellen, Marjorie, Fiona and Alan for all your encouragement. Much appreciated and I think you’re right Marjorie, I felt I let this flow without too much thought and complication!

Wonderful painting Tessa, great depth and fantastic foreground with grass and yellow flowers.

It’s a great effect Tessa.

I like this, but personally feel if you crop the foreground back to the base of the plants, you would have a stunning painting as a result. The colours are great.

Love the looseness of this painting- it works.

Thank you very much Cesare, Michael, Julia and Shaun. I will do a test crop of the photo Julia to see how it looks: interesting point, thank you.

I like this - it breathes -

Thank you David, I like that thought!

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A quick oil on wooden panel 8x10”. On my morning dog walk I noticed the hazy layers of trees in the distance, and that the first of the rape crop is up and running though a bit happy so I’ve just hinted at it here.

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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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