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After visiting the Archibald Prize exhibition today, I was inspired to try and re-paint the first portrait I ever painted back in 2009. This is the result.African girl painted in acrylics on 10″ × 10″ stretched canvas.
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2 DAY 2011/07/19This is stunning Lynda, well done!
I don’t know what the original was like but this profile portrait is a real beauty. The white clothing against the white background really allows the colour and texture of the skin to sing out. Very successful in all respects. Superb.
Thankyou so much for your kind comments Robert. I’m glad you like her. When I put the two paintings side by side it was pleasing to see how much I have learnt just by “playing” over the past few years. :-)
– Lynda Harris
Looks great ;)
Thanks so much :-)
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Thankyou so much Pat – two of my works featured at once is a fantastic and happy surprise for me!! :)))))))
Very good artwork!!!
Thankyou very much Madalena :-)
Just the most Outstanding Composition dear Lymda , Wow Excepitional painting , Gosh I wish I had my signature at the base to this Fantastic work .A big thanks for your lovely kind words , Your bring a warm glow to me in Edinburgh …Have a Super weekend …Paulx
Your ongoing support and kind compliments bring me such a smile Paul! :-) I thankyou so much – and I hope you have a relaxing and artistically productive weekend there on the other side of the world! :-))))) PS Thankyou for the faves as well.
The result is definitely an A Lynda, the posture, colors and facial expression all make a very fine painting :D
Thankyou so much for your kind comments edy4sure :-)
Beautiful portrait, lost in thought…love the hand and fingers touching her mouth. Lovely pose.
Thankyou very much LisaMM – glad you like her :-)
Just adorable, you do amazing work!!!
Aw you are so kind mehandi. Thankyou :-)
Gorgeous portrait and work. I love the composition, tones and technique you used in this.
Thankyou so much Bunny. She is my husband’s favourite! :-)