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'Sunday Creek at Dochery's Road, Tallarook' by Lynda Robinson
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Pastel on Mi-Teinte Tex Paper (burgundy) 75cm x 55cm

SOLD – 14/2/13
I seem to have been a bit ‘Creeky’ lately! This is another little creek close to my home.

Featured in BassenThorpe Gallery – February 2013
Featured in Superbly Visual – February 2013
Featured in Nature in it’s Entirety – February 2013
Featured in Painter Academics – February 2013
Featured in Contemporary Pastel Painters – March 2013
Featured in Painted Florals & Trees – July 2013
Featured in Art with Meaning – April 2014

I am a pastel artist living in country Victoria, Australia. My subjects vary, ranging from landscapes, portraiture, animal studies, figurative, life drawing, still life and I find the challenge of painting water particularly enjoyable.

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Comments

  • phillip wise
    phillip wisealmost 2 years ago

    nice soft bush colours Lynda..i like this one the better out of the two

  • Hi Phil, me old pal! Well isn’t it interesting that you like this one better!! I might like it a bit better in a frame. Hey, not long now until footy season. (I heard a rumour that Deez and Tiges might be thinking of merging)!!!!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Terri Maddock
    Terri Maddockalmost 2 years ago

    Another beautiful painting Lynda – really great sunlight coming through the grass

  • Thanks so much Terri.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • phillip wise
    phillip wisealmost 2 years ago

    yup not long now til the silly season begins…uuuhhhhh !!!!?….me not heard that rumor ?

  • Gotta keep your ear to the ground Phil! It might just be a lot of hot air!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Dianne  Ilka
    Dianne Ilkaalmost 2 years ago

    Love it :)

  • Thanks Di! xx

    – Lynda Robinson

  • sundawg7
    sundawg7almost 2 years ago

    BEEEEE-UUUUUU-TI-FUL Lynda. Love everything about this my dear. This masterpiece deserves a Creme De La Creme Fave without question. Hugs & XX, ♥Ron♥

  • Hiya Ron! Thanks for the lovely comment and the C.D. La C. Fave!!! LOL! xx

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Mick Kupresanin
    Mick Kupresaninalmost 2 years ago

    you sure know how to see lights and darks…warms and cools. i hope your rivers never run dry

  • Hi Mick. Lovely to hear from you and thank you for this lovely comment. I hope my rivers never run dry too! LOL!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Ivana Pinaffo
    Ivana Pinaffoalmost 2 years ago

    This is lovely as well but I prefer the other one

  • Thank you very much Ivana. Always great to see your lovely smiley face!! xx

    – Lynda Robinson

  • GEORGE SANDERSON
    GEORGE SANDERSONalmost 2 years ago

    You are so lucky to have such wonderful scenery around you !!
    This is wonderful, the foreground grasses are excellent
    We have some magnificent scenery but never have warm enough weather to go out and paint it !!!

  • Hi George! Thanks for the great comment. I know how lucky I am, not only with the scenery, but with the climate! We do have some lovely places around here and it is never difficult to find a subject. I am fortunate!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Marsha Elliott
    Marsha Elliottalmost 2 years ago

    Another beauty….love the grasses & how you always capture the lovely light in your scenes.

  • Thank you very much Marsha.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Jim Phillips
    Jim Phillipsalmost 2 years ago

    Following up on my previous remark, in this one it’s your expert ablility to bring great depth into your work. Your skill of increasing the details as the move to the forground is well demonstrated in this work. Love the light details of the tall weedy grasses in the foreground. Also a very effective dark shadowed creek bank really leads your viewer visually into your work. Again well done and very beautiful Lynda.

  • What a fabulous comment Jim. I used a bit of ‘artistic licence’ as there was another lump of bank extending into the creek, which ruined the composition! I had to dredge it out!!! I also chopped down a couple of trees! The grasses were great fun! Thank you for your constant support Jimmy.

    – Lynda Robinson

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