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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Where I live, Ann Hyde

Watercolour on Langton Aquarelle 140lb paper
~ loose wet-into-wet contemporary style painting ~

"Sunset over the Village"



22 comments:

  1. Your water color is just beautiful. I love the way houses pop in the painting.

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    1. Thanks Nicole, just trying a different style here. Glad you like it.

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  2. I like this painting Ann. Nice and loose. All the best Ann.
    Vic.

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    1. Thanks Vic, I must admit I had fun painting this, it was like 'painting outside the rules' for me on this occasion.

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    1. Many thanks Jean, it was fun to paint.

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  4. Lovely, loose painting! I think a storm may be coming, or recently passed. :)

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    1. Thank you Cindy. This is the weather we get here, it comes in off the ocean very quickly, but then we do get about 15 minutes warning, lol :)

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    1. Thanks Donna, something very different for me this one!

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  6. Beautiful scene. Powerful! <3

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  7. Thank you Simona. I put into this some techniques from various artists, Alvaro Castagnet for one, but put my own spin on it, particularly being my view across our little village :)

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  8. Love your great painting.
    Happy PPF xx

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  9. Much as I've tried I don't seem to paint loosely.
    You've mastered it brilliantly Lynn.
    Happy PPF to you

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    1. This compliment belongs to the brilliant artist, Ann Hyde!

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    2. Oops my apologies Lynn and Ann. Lynn's right Ann... you're brilliant ;D

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    3. That's okay Neesie, Lynn deserves credit for her artwork too :)

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  10. Oh wow, Ann, a beautifully loose painting! The hard edge and value contrast on the rocks are so effective. When I grow up I want to paint like you!!:-) Every painting I attempt I set out to be loose... just to end up tight again. Sigh. But your work inspires me to keep trying. Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. I love how the houses are nestled into the hillside and the splashing of waves in the background. Exciting piece, Ann.

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