you still got it!these are great! I especially like the middle Tozigoot. great depth and composition.
Thanks to you, I got to learn something new! Tuzigoot is white man for Western Apache Tu' Digiz, a 12th century Sinagua pueblo. word verif.-- fankedI learned something new, and I fanked you. :0)
Doug, your paintings are gorgeous, beautifully sensitive - you have the touch!!!!!I didn't know that you injured your shoulder but I'm so glad it hasn't prevented you from painting and I hope, hope you are on the mend!!!Take care,Marcia
Thanks Deb, it's a start.As for having it, umm, how about searching for it and hopefully finding it.DD
Hey Sam,I knew my spelling didn't look right.fanks for the correction. I should sendyou some pics of the ruins. Glad I wasable to spread some knowledge.Fanks again,dd
Hi Marcia,Thank you for your kind comments.I tore up my rotator cuff on my right shoulder ayear ago last February. It keeps me from paintingsitting down which cramps my style somewhat.Messed up the left one as the right one healed.All is well.Doug
Hi Doug, these are really lovely, very fresh looking with nice colours. I also have to stand at an easel to draw and paint as I have alot of stiffness in my shoulder. I hope you feel better soon.
YAY!!! He's back!!!!These are beautiful and fresh and show a new excitement to be back at the easel.They are looser and show your passion stirring up. Bravo my friend! I sure have missed seeing your beautiful posts...thank you for keeping in touch always.
Hi Caroline,Thank you about the paintings.I see you understand the issue of standing at an easel. All new to me,I'm used to using a tilting drafting tablefrom my illustrator days.Keep those paintings beautiful, you'vedone some beautiful pieces.Doug
Hey B,How are you feeling?It feels good to actually paintagain, I'm anxious to move on and seewhat happens.Thanks about the paintings and it willalways be my pleasure to stay in touch.pb
Nicely done! Welcome back and keep it up.
Thanks David, I'll see what happens.
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