Stealing colours and my favourite tree

March 1, 2015

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9 Responses to “Stealing colours and my favourite tree”

  1. Mary said

    I like seeing your work, lovely sketches and the pathway is a place that I would like to explore some more.

  2. Thank you so much for your continued support on my pages…I really do appreciate it very much and wanted to let you know 🙂 Your most recent artwork reminds me of a piece I did some time back, which is very close to my heart

    https://carentaylor.wordpress.com//?s=sleeping+shadows&search=Go

    I really look forward to seeing your posts!! And, look forward to many more 😉

    Have a great week!

    Caren x

    • Hi Caren, I’ve popped over to see your picture. The shadows are fascinating. I’ve been doing some more around that landscape. Was your photo from January? Mine’s from February, it’s a beautiful new year light and makes for some unexpectedly bright greens. Thanks for all your visits too!

      • The colours of the landscape always seem so fresh and bright in the light of a sunny day early in a new year, especially having been through a dull grey winter! I’m really looking forward to seeing what you’ve been up to 🙂

  3. Aaaah! That one in the middle with all the colors and the shapes. I love that outside authority! It would not enlarge when I clicked on it. Is that a couple in the light of a lamp? Even if it’s not, that is what it suggests to me and they are walled in by color. Very cool.

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