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The ruin I have painted before from a different perspective. The other version I did is called Dusk, and is painted from a different angle.
14 1/2" X 22 1/2 "Fabriano Artistico 300 lb extra whiteThe original is lighter than this appears.
ruin, watercolor, summer, sergeantsville, country, 2010
Visiting the In Laws in Hilton Head, SC.
Intriguing work! Makes you want to know the story of this building! I really love the way you have done the doorways, nice effect!
They have old beams over the doors but for how long I don’t know since they are exposed to the weather at every angle now. Last time I drove by the ruin, there was a for sale sign and I didn’t know if it was the corner where it is located or a house further in. I can’t imagine the area without this, but times do change. Thanks for your comment Angie.
Leave a lot to the imigination, Marriet!
I don’t know how to do that yet. There are so many roads to take in this fun ambition. I look forward to getting back a studio of some kind (a large desk would do) and participating in some workshops. I started to so things big, full sheets, and I haven’t got the room to do that at the moment. Perhaps some miniatures would be a good idea! Thanks for commenting Sally.
Always so kind; brief and uplifting. Thank you dear Sylvia!
wonderful colors Marriet… there’d be a few ghosts here to tell a story.
Thank you Cosimo. I certainly hope so, though not sure if they would be human! ")
You are very kind to say this, Charmiene! Thank you!
I deeply appreciate your fave!
Wonderfully painted composition Maryann ….. Your signature art so Rocks Best wishes and thank you for your visit and lovely kind words to inspire …. Paulx
Hello Paul. Your kind words are always so refreshing and sweet! Many thanks for your visit.Your fan always, M.
yesterdays safe haven, todays,falling bricks and stone,nice feel here of a once lived harbor of many generations
Thank you. It’s a small building, but I don’t know what it could have been used for. Nevertheless,I like it and have kept an eye on it for many years!
this reminds me of a place I know in Woodstock, NY. really like this
Thank you Mark! Hope you have a really good day today! ")
Hi Robin "). Thank you for the nice comment and your fave!
This is so very charming ~love the simplicity !
Thanks for the fave and the comment, Renee! It is simply a ruin on a cornerand one many people note, consciously or subconsciously. I started seeingit in my college days when it still had a roof.