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Photo taken at Clyde’s Cider Mill in Stonington, Connecticut.
Winsor Newton paint on Arches 140# coldpress
apples, crate, fruit, cider, produce, food, autumn
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Lovely work! I like your use of light in this watercolor!
Thank you very much, Angie.
– Marsha Elliott
You paint fruits so well Marsha, Lovely watercolour.
Thank you so much. I almost ditched it half way through because it wasn’t doing what I wanted it to, but I kept at it & was able to pull it off.
Nice, great color!
Thank you so much, Cindy.
I like the design of this and those beautiful reds!
Hi Lora….hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Thank you for your nice comment.
Very, very beautiful painting Marsha!The colors are excellent, and the execution is outstanding!I love it!
So glad you like it. My husband said that all those spatters I used for texture make them look like they’re beginning to rot! ha! Thanks for your kind support, Elisabeta.
lovely work Marsha…they look so inviting!
Thanks so very much, Linda.
gorgeous transparencies, Marcia!!! the light and colors are fabulous, also!
What a nice comment, Sally. For all the layers I put on there, I’m surprised they stayed as transparent as they did.
Those apples are juicy and shiny and have loads of character…nice one Marsha!
Your comment carries alot of weight, Ann….thank you so very much.
Thank you, Monique….much appreciated.
Fantastic Marsha! Lovely, warm reds and great deep shadows give shape and life to these juicy looking apples. Such a bright, arresting painting.
And to think I almost trashed it halfway through!!! If I had done that, I would’ve missed your wonderful comment that’s making me blush right now. Thank you so much for these wonderful words.
Wishing you & Fran the very best in the coming New Year.