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
– Peter Lusby Taylor
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.