Upper Slaughter & Lower Slaughter Fields

Upper Slaughter & Lower Slaughter Fields
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I always wondered what the difference was between the two,lol. Nice wet in wet effect James.

When in the cotswolds you just have to drive through if you've never been before eh? I'm into this wet in wet now Carole - no stoppin me :-)

Just seen these. Lovely wet in wet effect. Similar nice colour to daffodil/narcissus. They look good together.

Thanks Louise, I was going to produce two, but I hadn't the heart to seperate them!

I love the diffused effect of your paintings James and they look good side by side.

Thanks Fiona - I'm glad I left them together - not sure about my sig though?

Will you be mounting them James? If you mount them in one piece of mount board with a central bar you won't see you sig. If you sign one you may unbalance the effect, so I think you've put it in exactly the right place! Thank you for your comment on the 'Poppy field' James. I imagined the flowers you've done above to be 'cornflowers'.......Poppies & cornflowers would have grown together in the same fields. I look forward to seeing your 'Poppies'!

That's a good idea Fiona, I'll do that when I mount them yes! Well to be honest I was hoping they would look more like Muscari is it (hyacinth grape) as I'd done on another birthday card, but I quite liked the circle effect, so I'm happy for them to be cornflowers Fiona ;-)

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31/03/2015
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James Lazzari

Started off working life as a Photographer, Professional Musician, (Guitarist/Vocals) Electronics background. It was in 2007 that I started learning to paint & draw, I like to try various styles using different mediums, but do like pen & wash as a preference.

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