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November 04, 2007


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Wow, love your painting style. It's so loose and free. You did an astounding job on that dimpled plate with just a few brush strokes. Well done!

Oh, thank you, thank you, you kind people! I've been so turned around by all the recent problems with my impending trip, that I forgot to feel happy. And reading such enthusiastic and supportive comments is restoring me to that more natural state of mind. I'll have more to say very soon! Merci, tout le monde.

What beautiful colors! I love the free loose movements in your painting. It's easy to see that you truely enjoy your time with color.

Larua, I hope you have a wonderful trip!!! I've been enjoying your posts on experiments with your new paints. You'll charm those French!!!

What I would like to see next is a grid of all the colours with the overlays (ie columns and rows). I did this with my 12 pan Schminke set and I'm trying to remember where I put it. But I do remember having this bit of paper which looked like it needed to go and take up a place in some abstract art exhibition. I was trying to see what sort of impact the saturation you get with Schminke would have on mixing different colours - and also to see which were the most transparent.

I've never seen that Blue Ochre before - but then we never see Daniel Smith watercolours over here either! It looks a really useful colour for speedy sketching.

Subtle and rowdy. Can't wait! I think the pumpkin orb is already starting to rock.

Luscious glass and silver. The dimpled plate is really a tiny pool in disguise, enchanted into platedom.

I hope the bugs are on your to-do list.

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