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I painted this watercolour of an unfinished painting by JMW Turner for a competition. I thought the original was a watercolour but no....it was done... more
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I painted this watercolour of an unfinished painting by JMW Turner for a competition. I thought the original was a watercolour but no....it was done in oils. I think I read somewhere that Turner "made his watercolours look like oils, and his oils look like watercolours!"....certainly true in this case.
LIGHT.......inspires me LEGEND.......intrigues me LANDSCAPE inspires me! I have letters after my name...F.O.L....but it is not 'Fellow of..' but 'Fell Off'...a ladder! While waiting for operations on my knees I took up painting to pass the time. Like so many other people I soon became hooked and embarked on a fascinating journey to learn how to improve and develop my style..a journey that never ends...but what a trip! I took the plunge in 2003 and with the support of my lovely wife I began to paint full time. Since then I have had the good fortune to exhibit in many prestigious galleries and shows, selling paintings all over the world. I am also a Professional Associate Tutor of the Society of All Artists and...
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