A couple of small buildings provide a counterpoint and focus as bad weather begins to settle in. Sweden probably autumn, watercolour on paper.
This is lovely too. I do love your work Peter, you don’t need a philistine like me to tell you that you are very talented but I will anyway. Alma
Alma – well that certainly takes you out of the philistine department and onto the art school staff!!! thanks LOL
Just the thing, so nicely done….you got the watercolor under control…
Thanks Paul the nice thing about watercolour is that it has a life of its own that sort of plays games with you so you are never really totally in control.
You’ve got to admit it Peter, it looks fabulous in a frame :o)
Wow Robin what a transformation your a real pal..
Oh sooooooooooooooooo delicate , just the most beautiful touch .
Thanks so much, watercolour is incomparable at creating atmospheric sensations.
It was like this all weekend in Leicestershire this weekend, I should have taken my paints along, but didn’t have time. It was a preacher’s training weekend, a lot of work but great fun.
Thanks Don – hope you were giving the training! I’ll have to drop by some time on a Sunday while I’m still in the south your church looks like it has a fun lively congregation.
A very beautiful painting Peter.
Albert- thank you, thats a lovely comment.
Congrats on your fabulous feature in the RB Weekly Wrap, Peter – you must be doing a happy dance! AMR
thanks so much for your visits comment and the fav. much appreciated
Beautiful! Watercolors are so soft and lovely, as you’ve demonstrated.
thanks so much Nancy- your comment is much appreciated
well done and just enough for a nice transparent style painting.
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