The greyness this morning seemed to suit a limited palette so today I painted with cobalt blue, raw sienna and permanent alizarin crimson.
This is totally gorgeous Shari — I love your boat themes! Can’t wait for Sunday… I have already started to pack some things. I bought the coffee and the cream, yeah!!!
We can’t go without the coffee Jane. Hopefully we’ll have some boats to paint in Kamouraska. Maybe the eel fishermen will be coming in. I know how much you like eel : )
I will love to paint them… just not eat them — LOL!
Love this! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing the colors you used. I always find that helpful.
Glad you like it Sue!
What a beautiful blend of colours.
I love your paintings.
Thanks so much Chris!
I like it. Your painting looks very warm, or is that the scanning? The foliage is great and you handled the boats really well too… mostly… that one on the right looks like it might topple.
But the real reason for my comment is to refer you to this…
Canada did well too, coming in third… just like the Commonwealth Games again.
The paper in this new book is more of a cream colour so everything is a bit more yellow.
Thanks for the BBC article. That explains a lot…
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