Easterlies

Easterlies
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This is lovely, Thalia. I like the figures in the distance. You matched the colours well on the frame.

Must just tell the whole story of this one!!! My husband sold the original painting which was slightly smaller and on canvas, to a tourist on Gozo, for 120 Lira [about 250 English pounds] This was my best sale at that time, but I was heart broken as I loved it so very much. He said I could always paint another and I lost my cool and threw paint on this poor framed painting {there's a different scene under this!!!] even on the wooden frame!! This is the result...we both love it still!!! Thanks for looking!

Well it won't come as any surprise that this style is right up my street, as they say. I can't quite get my head round the continuation over the frame though Thalia...

Thank you Seth, those figures are actually a friend and his tiny son, Tom, who were fishing on the beach! Thanks, Alan, the frame was a very cheap wooden one we'd had for ages, very tatty, so i just continued the paint all over it to hide it, really!! the hill is Black Head, seen from Fowey where we should have launched our rib, but the beach is imaginary, sort of Carlyon Bay ish!

I think this is bold and inventive Thalia. I like.

I like this impressionistic style.

Thank you very much, Jim and Michael, you're very kind.

That's very interesting Thalia, I like the story behind it too.

Thank you very much Margaret! Every picture tells a story, Eh!1

Beautiful work, Thalia, and I like the painted frame too.

I love this, very atmospheric

thank you Cesare and Rachel. Some paintings feel are almost like our children, this is one of those!!!

Hey Thalia, now this is tasty.....great job!

Thank you very much Gudrun, just have to throw it sometimes,Eh!!! Thanks Guy, messy though, especially round one's mouth!!!

Hang on Studio Wall
11/05/2018
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Another painting dear to my heart on my lounge wall. Painted very quickly some 20 odd years ago in Cornwall as a response to not being able to dive because of the wind direction...hence the title Easterlies!

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