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Two new works sort of.........



'Wild Weather Porthmeor' oil on primed mdf, white wood frame.  Image size 19 x 15 cm, framed size 32 x 28 cm. 


'Porthmeor - light late in the day' oil on primed board framed, image size 43 x 30 cm, framed size 60 x 47 cm.

'Wild Weather' has been painted over an earlier painting that didn't work and 'Porthmeor - light' is a new painting in an old (but very nice and too good to waste) frame.  Both paintings are destined for the Clare White Gallery in Barnsley.

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  1. Both lovely - I think the top one being my favorite. Stormy skies, rough seas - make for a beautiful subject that really speaks to me.

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  2. Thanks Cathie - all was calm and beautiful at Porthmeor this evening. x

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  3. Lesley, these are just so beautiful. Fantastic x

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  4. Hi Julie and Karen - thank you. Hope that you are both 'in the pink' and will pop around to see you soon. x

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  5. I just love the Wild Weather painting - it feels like I could hop in there and get wet!

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  6. Beautiful paintings! Love the colours and movement in them. The second one is my fave. :-)

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  7. I shall hot foot in down to the Clare White Gallery to take a closer look - its only a couple of miles from me. Please keep the wild weather away from ST Ives when we comedown in a few weeks time. Are you up for a meetup with Carolyn, Noelle and yours truly? I am doing W/c 28/5. What day would be best for you?
    xxxxx

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  8. Love the Porthmeor one...

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  9. Wow, how your work is developing, this work is amazing, it is always a joy to visit your blog but this time you have blown me away...

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  10. Hello Girls, thanks for visiting and making such lovely comments, it's so nice to hear from you all. x

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  11. That wild weather one is wonderful! I can feel the spray on my face and salt on my tongue.

    I love a bit of wild sea!

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  12. They are both amazing Lesley but the first one is so full of texture. You can almost feel the weather.

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  13. Thanks for commenting Gilly & Cathy - hope that you are both well. x

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  14. Love the palette knife work of the top one, verging on the abstract.

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  15. Thanks Jill - I love the unpredictability of using a painting knife. x

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  16. Love the movement and atmosphere beautiful beautiful work missus xx

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  17. Thank you Mimi - cold conditions again here for the last few days, with gale force winds, brrr....

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