WOO HOO!!!you're back and these all look fabulous! love the brushwork in this one especially.Great to see you painting Mad Dog!
It feels strange to actually post something.It's been forever. Thanks as always Deb.Nice to hear from you and I hopeall is well. Glad I didn't have to rattleyour chain.
YAY!!! The little painting Trolls have released you and you're finally out from under the bridge! YAAAAYY!!! Just before the flood... Wow,what a beautiful view that is! Welcome back, dude; we've missed you!
Thanks Sam,I finally freed myself from those evilrascals. Feels good. Thanks for yourcomments about this painting. It started oneway and ended another. Guess that's OK.Dam Bridge.
WOW!!!!!! Love the gigantic feeling of space. I am soooooooo glad that you are back!
Thanks, interesting this reference was taken on a very gray day a couple of years ago. We were with friends and were heading up to see Mt. Rainier. These colors turned out brighter than I thought they would. That would be your influence coming through B!Oooooops, forgot to say I was in Washington, staying in Tacoma.Nice to be back PB
Whoa! I'd say it's been worth waiting for the trolls to come out. As I scrolled down to this painting I thought, lively loose brushwork and great sense of distance in these paintings. I think you're on to something.
Very nice!!! Looks like it just rained...and you captured the glistening just perfectly!!!
Wow, these long brush strokes and abstracted style is unique and beautiful!!
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