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Another view from the banks of the River Ouse – this time following the flow south into York.This watercolour was painted on Saunders Waterford 140lb NOT paper with Windsor & Newton artists paints.
mist, mooring, morning, river ouse, watercolour, york
As a painter of light, legend and landscape I am indebted to the wonderful medium of watercolour which gives me the versatility to incorporate many different styles in to my work.http://www.glennmarshall.org/
What aa fabulous soft work. I really love this one.
Thanks a lot – I’m glad you like it.
– Glenn Marshall
I can feel the chill – lovely work.
Thanks Marsha – but the sun did come out later – promise!
A fine time of day. Waiting for the fog to lift and sun to warm us…excellent…
Ah – you got it Sally! Many thanks
Just found your work. Wow…….I love all of them.There’s no way to pick just one.
You are so kind – I just love painting the wonder and beauty of nature, and I hope it shows.
Very nice Glenn. Makes me want to keep painting. Thanks for sharing.
Keep on painting my friend!
gorgeous colours….your paintings are so relaxing……:)
Thanks Pam. I suppose that is always my aim – to be relaxing. Let’s face it – real life can be grim at times – but when I paint I go into a softer world. My youngest sister said that I always was a dreamer!
Love your style.
Thanks Cal. I appreciate your comment. From the moment I began to paint I had a vision of the ‘look’ I was after – a style. I think it’s important to have a recognisable style – realistically not everyone will like it – but at least they will recognise it!
Glenn, I am amazed at how you accomplished this misty look with watercolors. It’s soft and beautiful…….and it actually makes me shiver a little with the frosty morning look you have masterfully created.
Thanks Kate. I think it is easier to get this misty look with watercolours than your acrylics!
Gorgeous Light and stunning watercolour Glen , You master this scene with ease , Fantastic work my friend …
Many thanks Paul
Congratulations! This work is featured in the Landscape Painting Group – 27 October 2010
Thanks Linda – this feature is much appreciated.