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March 01, 2017


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So glad you came by, Cathy! Those highly transparent colors drive me, the former oil painter, nuts sometimes! I know there's a way around them so I just keep going ;D. Nice to have this struggle in common with you! I am going to see what you've been up to lately, too. Thanks so much for your nice thoughts.

This is, as always, so very interesting!! I haven't come here for a while, and I'm thrilled to discover such a wealth of sketches and paintings and colours!
I also have so many paintings in progress, it's somewhat comforting to know I'm not the only one working like this. I've also been practising the quinacridones (for the last 2-3 years) but I still don't feel I 'master' them, I still struggle, and I've only realised how much I've struggled once I read your words about finding it difficult to use them. Why is that so?
I think it's funny to see how such or such colour creeps in your work and revels there whatever you paint or sketch!
Love the sketch of the three flower pots!

Thank you so much, dear Robyn!

Wow--these are very exciting, Laura.

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