070 - IF ONLY THESE BRICKS COULD TALK I (WATERCOLOUR & INK) - 1997 by BLYTHART
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As of 21st May 2011, this painting has been Featured 8 times, Viewed 8,673 times and Favourited 116 times (my highest amount of favourites for any picture). I guess a lot of folk out there like it. Many thanks for your enthusiasm.

#STATISTICALLY, THIS IS MY MOST POPULAR PAINTING (by miles) IF VIEWING FIGURES CAN BE RELIED ON

*FEATURED BY SURREALISM GROUP – 28th July 2008

FEATURED BY YOU’RE ACCEPTED GROUP – 11th November 2008

FEATURED BY BRITISH PAINTERS GROUP – 26th June 2009

FEATURED BY UNIVERSAL INNOVATION GROUP – 3rd August 2009*

FEATURED BY CEE’S FUN ARTSY FRIENDS GROUP – 25th April 2010

FEATURED BY LIVE AND LET LIVE GROUP – 14th January 2011

FEATURED BY ART AND INK SO FREE GROUP – 12th May 2011

FEATURED BY BRICKS, BLOCKS, TILES, etc. GROUP – 21st May 2011

Yes, before you say it … it is strange! :-)

To be candid though, I’ll never cease to be amazed at its reception, as I didn’t spend too much time on it and even kept it out of my portfolio for ages as I thought it was sub-standard.

I continued this theme and did two more paintings:


I am a retired man who enjoys expressing himself in pencils and paints. I have had two solo exhibitions in my home town and I love Redbubble. I get as much pleasure from viewing the works of other artists as from creating my own.

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  • Terry Krysak
    Terry Krysakover 7 years ago

    Very original idea, I like this!!!

  • Penny Edwardes
    Penny Edwardesover 7 years ago

    I think it works really well Dave…and not to mention, it looks fantastic!

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 7 years ago

    Thanks Terry & Penny. I did this eight years ago and I can see loads of faults in it, but who cares :-) I mentioned to Penny that producing a painting must be like giving birth. To continue the analogy, however bad our paintings may be we still love them. Having said that, I have torn a few up in disgust, but I try not to make a habit of it.

  • Shanina Conway
    Shanina Conwayover 7 years ago

    Hi Dave, brilliant concept…love it! You might be seeing faults but I’m just looking at the overall picture and see it as amazing;)

  • davoid
    davoidover 7 years ago

    Good concept and well executed.
    I like the reflections.

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 7 years ago

    I am bowled over by your comments … you are all very kind. if the people in my home town are as kind as you, my first little solo exhibition next year should go well. So many people comment on artwork with “very nice, but …”and then a lengthy critique follows. You guys are really nice.

  • David Stuart
    David Stuartover 7 years ago
    I Love it..very original and well crafted
  • Mariana Musa
    Mariana Musaover 7 years ago

    I love this idea, so wish I’d thought of it! :) Love the way your work makes me use my brains (what’s left of them at any rate).

  • JacquelineGwynne
    JacquelineGwynneover 7 years ago

    This is very clever! Have you considered book illustration, even for magazines?

    Thanks for your support. I added you to my watchlist, I just worked out how to do it!

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 7 years ago

    Thanks Jackie. My wife has been suggesting for years i do illustrating. As my pictures are all small (A4) you may have a point. I once had three or four of my pen and inks in magazines locally and I got a thrill from it. My original interest in art was inspired by the illustrations of Aubrey Beardsley, whose original drawings I once had the privilege of holding in my hands at the V & A, London.

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