...but it was always winter in the giant's garden by bevmorgan

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Watercolour on 140 lb. Arches cold press.
This is based on a photo posted by a flickr friend who kindly allowed me to use it as a reference. It is an old abandoned house located near London, Ontario, Canada. It is quite a sizable building and when I saw it I immediately thought of the story, “The Giant’s Garden” by Oscar Wilde. It is situated in such a stark winter landscape, which, for me, suits the mood of the house perfectly.

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watercolour, london, ontario, old house

Painting is such an integral part of my personality and my life. I find much joy and satisfaction in the process, and if the results are pleasing then I am also gratified, but I must admit it is the process that intrigues me and sparks my creative juices.
I paint primarily in watercolour but love to experiment with other media, especially in combination with my watercolour. I would be honoured if you were inclined to take the time to browse through my work.

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Comments

  • swaby
    swabyover 3 years ago

    Awesome Bev, quite beautiful actually! What a talent!

  • Thank you so much, swaby. You are so very kind.

    – bevmorgan

  • maggie326
    maggie326over 3 years ago

    Beautiful painting Bev love the details on that old house..

  • Thanks, Maggie. It certainly is an interesting old house and I am sure it has many stories to tell.

    – bevmorgan

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorover 3 years ago

    wonderful winter work Bev well done !LIz

  • Thank you, Liz. I think I am ready to paint spring now, however.

    – bevmorgan

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanover 3 years ago

    stark landscape but beautiful Bev…the house looks very intriquing..painted perfectly..

  • Thank you, Linda. I always love hearing from you and I do so value your opinion.

    – bevmorgan

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous Bev…you’re so clever ;-)

  • Thank you, Lyn. You are always so kind.

    – bevmorgan

  • almaalice
    almaaliceover 3 years ago

    Not only did the painting make me want to look more closely but the title stimulated a need to know why. I do not know that story so I intend to find it and read it. Such talent to create and stimulate, wonderful. Alma

  • This is the nicest comment I have ever received. Thank you so much, Alama. I will treasure it.

    – bevmorgan

  • branko stanic
    branko stanicover 3 years ago

    Wonderful painting landscape.

  • Branko, thank you so much for dropping by. It is such a pleasure to meet you.

    – bevmorgan

  • dedmanshootn
    dedmanshootnover 3 years ago

    beautiful technique! lovely work

  • Thanks so much for the lovely comment.

    – bevmorgan

  • Diane Schuster
    Diane Schusterover 3 years ago

    Wonderful image, I love the title, it sure fits! Dee

  • Thank you, Diane. I am so pleased you think so.

    – bevmorgan

  • Pat Moore
    Pat Mooreover 3 years ago

    Beautiful, wonderful work!!!

  • Thank you, Pat. You are so kind.

    – bevmorgan

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