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Water Falls

by Arish
(India)


I saw this water falls last year when I went to spend my holidays in my aunt's house.

It was a rainy season and the scene was very georgeous but dangerous too.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Arish!
Your waterfall piece is so beautiful. Did you paint this? The grass on the water's edge and the ducks are so perfect - such fine detail. It's very well done.

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The Path

by nasima khan
(kuwait)


I painted this from another photo my daughter took. I didn't like it much but my husband says he loves it - but he has to say that doesn't he haha.

So anyway,, hope you like it, The Path


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Nasima
I do like it very much. My first impression was one of depth and the rich green lusciousness of nature. I think you've done a clever job, great work!

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Big sky

by michael leeper
(brierfield)


I have done this big sky scene in watercolour pencils - my first attempt.


artist
Note from Kerry:

Hi Michael,
I can see it is very attractive work even though the picture is a little dark. You can be proud of this, I really like it!

Edited Feb 2011
Michael sent in a lighter photo so I've replaced it with the original, thanks Michael.

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Night Scene

by Viswanath Rao
(Pune INDIA)


I saw an image on the internet and just replicated the same.

The image I saw was in the daylight while the replication is in the night.

A simple night scene, in a river, where a man rows the boat under the moon .... fishes /tides in the water; very simple man, without much complicated elements.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath
You have done your own version of something that you saw and liked. It's so simple, it's fantastic! I also love this piece.

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Looking Out

by nasima khan
(kuwait)

I Wonder ...

I Wonder ...

I don't know where this picture came from. I was just thinking of how we don't know what the future holds and how it's like looking out into forever.

I hope you like it, thanks.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Nasima
You have used my favorite colors so I was drawn to it at once. Your clouds are terrific, very realistic, good work! Oh, and by the way, it came from you!

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The Sun and the River

by arish john andrews
(India)


This is an oil painting.

I did this one when i was in eighth standard.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Arish, I love your painting, it is very beautiful. Great work!

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A Trip To The Forest

by Arish
(India)


One day me and my friends went for a trek. Inside the forest we saw many eye catching scenes.

One among them is here for you.

These girls have to go up a hill to fetch a pail of water. We met them on their return to home.


***Note from Kerry:
Arish, you have portrayed this so well, I feel like I'm in the forest with you. You are a fantastic artist.

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Flint Castle In Color

by p marley
(flint, uk)


Hi all,
After trying my hand at drawing for a few weeks, I've tried having ago at painting flint castle after learning a few hints and tips here, thanks, great site xxx


artist
Note from Kerry:
Hi Paula
I am impressed with your first attempt at painting! It looks terrific, great work by you. Don't forget to put the date on the back and record that it is your first. This will always be motivation for you to keep painting, I am sure of that.
Did you use acrylic?

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Village Scene

by Viswanath V Rao
(Pune INDIA)


A simple village scene, the canvas being some medicine boxes reused, objects painted acrylic.

Nothing much special other than - the art made of re-usable materials.


artist
Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath
This is charming in its simplicity and the colors you have chosen make it very vibrant and attractive. Great work.

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Crisp Mornings

by nasima khan
(kuwait)


Here is another morning pic, I was thinking about cool mornings and walks where your breath comes out in puffs of steam.

It didn't come out exactly as I had planned but here it is anyway, thanks.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Nasima
I think you have captured the effect that you were after, I like your painting very much.

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Saved Land

by Cindy Barnard
(Bloomington, Indiana USA)


Hi everyone
-I'm back to drawing again...it's cheaper than painting and I need to watch my finances for a while..haha.

This drawing is from a picture of the entrance to a 1530acre plot of land that's been set aside in a land trust by its owner with the stipulation that it never be developed for commercial purposes. The land trust will protect it "in perpetuity". So, it will always be an untouched beautiful piece of land!

I thought the photo had really nice natural colors and depth of perception. I think I achieved both. I'm kind of proud of this one. It's done with perma colored pencils and chalk pencils.
Thanks for looking!
Cindy


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Cindy
You have done a great job of the entrance, you've got the perspective right and the drawing has a lovely peaceful feeling.

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Snowdonia Hills

by paula
(uk)

In color

In color

I've started trying my hand at painting, not too good yet, but hopefully in time I will get the hang of it.


artist
Note from Kerry:
Hi Paula
I think this is really pretty and I would not pick that you are a brand new artist! I can see you moving on to bigger and better things in the very near future.

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Sunset

by Aman Nagar
(Kota,Rajasthan,India)


This is a oil pastel drawing. I mostly use oil pastels for any kind of color drawings.


artist
Note from Kerry:
Hi again Aman,
It's great to see you are a versatile artist. I've tried oil pastel and I found it clunky - not quite to my taste - so I admire anyone who can create something as beautiful as your drawing here.

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An Evening

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


A calm evening sight near my house....setting sun saying bye bye to all ...and making promises to come tomorrow... in a calm and beautiful way... and two friends are going home because its going to be dark....

I used a pencil and crayons....


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
Your drawing is very beautiful, I love your choice of color. It's admirable that you have created this in crayon, you've done a good job!


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Serene Landscape in Acrylic

by Cindy Barnard
(Bloomington, Indiana USA)


Well, here it is...my evolved landscape!

I get a serene feeling when I look at it. I imagine myself sitting under the little tree on the right looking up at the majestic hills and feeling the cool breeze from the water! Especially today as it was 98degrees here in Indiana.

Done in acrylic paint in some areas and acrylic cut with water in some. It's a very forgiving medium and can't wait to start another project!

Hope you like it!

Your friend,
Cindy


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Cindy,
I am struck by how easily you have adapted to using acrylics! It's a medium that my Mum absolutely loves to work with but I haven't tried it yet. ... Maybe one of these days?

I feel kinda sad that you have painted over your "Summer Landscape" but by the same token I am extremely glad that you showed it to us first - at least it still exists in the cyber world.

What really pleases me about your painting is the fact that you have created a special place where you can find peace. I'm delighted that you shared it with me, thanks Cindy.

We are all looking forward to your next creation and to watch you blossom into a real fine artist.

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