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Lucious mandarins from the garden in classic blue & white bowl – acrylic painting
blue white china, food, fruit, mandarins, orange, still life painting
Hi – I am an artist who is inspired by the beauty of nature and I hope you enjoy viewing the results of my efforts!Thanks for visiting.
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Thanks Elisabeta, I will add this artwork to your gallery
I love the saturated colors and intense feeling of warm light.
Thanks for the comment Dave – much appreciated!
– marlene veronique holdsworth
I just want to tell you that I love your work. I have been choosing the features for Acrylic Painting Group and kept picking your work. It’’s unfortunate I could only use one piece, I could have easily done a mini solo show for you. Keep sending in your beautiful art!
Thanks so much for your lovely comment Roza – I really appreciate it :)
Well done! Beautiful artwork!
Thankyou so much Madalena :-)
I love the color combination – beautiful painting!
Thankyou so much Lora – I appreciate your comment :-)
Hi Veronique, after receiving your comments on my site I looked your work and would like to congratulate for a job well done. The colours that you use and the different compositions of your painting are great. I love this one as the complimentary colours play a part. Regards Ivana
Hi Ivana – thanks for the lovely comments and for taking the time to view my work – I do appreciate it. I also admire your work – we share a love of bright colour! I also spent some of my youth in North Africa, so maybe it’s to do with the light there!!
Where in north africa?
Tripoli – wouldn’t want to be there now though!
Wow I was born there (four generations) , we left in 1967., and You?
I lived at RAf Idris between 64 and 67 – small world huh?
Yes, I lived in the city behind the catholic cathedral and near the post office, lots of memories but no desire to be there…
Me too – I have lots of happy memories of Tripoli – living there as a teenager was wonderful, but I will never go back – will you?