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oh this painting is so beautiful. How you handled the blues is fantastic. Love it.
Congratulations on having your beautiful painting in the show. Now off to see the show online (aren't computers wonderful). Thanks for the link.
Perfect title for this one, Chris, and congratulations! Am going to check the show out online.
Chris, what a gorgeous painting! I love the angle and the luminous light.Question: How did you get the spiral shapes in the sky? Was it on the paper you used, or did you put them there and how? Very cool!
Congratulations on the Richeson 75 Show and the feature article in Watercolor Artist Magazine!
Thanks, Doris!! Glad you like this painting!Thanks, Vicki -- and I agree -- computers give us such a great window on the world!!Thanks, Rhonda!! Enjoy the show!!Thanks, Elizabeth!! The pattern in the sky is the result of pouring paint onto a stencil, more or less. It's a little tough to explain in a few words.
Thanks, Zelma!! I haven't seen the article in the magazine yet -- do you have a copy already?
How DO you do it??!!!!Beautiful luminous color.And congratulations on both competitions, one alone would be a feat, but two at once.Well deserved
congratulations, Chris! It's beautiful!
This is absolutely beautiful. I love the effect in the background and the feeling of light in the painting.
Congratulations! I was so thrilled to have 3 of mine hanging also! Were you able to go to the opening reception?
Thanks to everybody -- Margery, LIz, Cathyann, Nancy, Deb!! I've just gotten in after a very long day of travel and I'm totally exhausted. Congrats to you Deb -- three pieces in the show!! Unfortunately, I was halfway cross the state by the day of the reception so I missed it.
Chris behind the morning glories seems to be a slight pattern in the blue wash...how in the world did you do that? It's lovely.
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