Three Posts

On the last workshop with Carol, as always I have worked on two paintings at the same time.  I rather work quickly and paint with fewer details. beside I always found that trying to get the same subject with little different can give you a better idea what you can produce next time… Wonder if you have any preference?

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  1. The first one jumped out at me, Doron. They’re both beautiful but I think I liked the slanted lines rather than the horizontal; gives the painting a little edge, not to mention, a continuing effect. I’m not a painter so am not quite sure of the right language. 🙂 ♥

    • Lauren thank you very much. I learn the language everyday and keep forgeting it all so not much different between us. Have a great weekend and good luck with your new book for such a great cause 🙂 x

  2. The atmosphere is different between the first and the second. The both are beautiful but I prefer the first. Very interesting to do. I often do that to vary the colors or the composition.

  3. What a fantastic posting of your
    work Doron, you amaze me with
    your excellence in artistry and
    you certainly deserve praising
    for your talents 🙂

    Have a great Friday and weekend Doron

    Andro

    • Thanks mate, how are you doing? I can’t access your site again where are you hiding? Send me a rope to climb to your castle have a good weekend 🙂

  4. Both these paintings are lovely – so delicate – which one I preferred would be according to my mood They go well together, really. I like the freedom you show in your watercolour painting, Doron. C x

    • Cara thank you very much, it is true, I normally feel free when I paint and let the water colour do the singing while I immerse in the scene and freedom of nature. Hope you are all good up North and enjoying some ray of sunshine as we do down here x

  5. I love the first one more – and both are great – but that first one has movement (to my eye) with the way the fence is arched – and I also love the lilac in the bottom of that one more – that is my fav of the two – both so nice.

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