Hi Trevor, your new posting always result in a pleasant surprise. The two heads complement each other so well , i think i can hear the wheels moving inside their brain, all cooled down by those vastly different hats. It is a very intriguing ans stimulating watercolor
Hello MarianoThank you for your very encouraging words of encouragement.I do appreciate that a great deal.Best Regards
hello Lingard,beautifull painting,perfect colors..Carla
She probably wondering why she didn't think about wearing a bigger hat so she wouldn't have to lug around an umbrella like that clever lady looking all smug now.Wonderful painting Trevor!
Sheila has made a very clever comment so I won't dwell on the subject!But these two ladies are perfect foil to each other..and your art is as good as ever! Lovely composition, Trevor.
Really lovely, Trevor. I feel l'm standing on a street corner, and these two have just walked up. So fun to see your distant figures, and now close up. The woman with the umbrella looks alert and expectant to me--as if she's waiting for a friend or a cab. Love the patch of light on the forward lady's neck and hat.
This is great Trevor. I admit that I find portraiture in watercolor almost impossible to do. You've done a great job here.
Hi CarlaThank you kindly for your comments.Regards
Hello SheilaYes she does look smug now you come to mention it.So glad you have visited again. I do enjoy your comments.Kind Regard
Hello ArtiThank you for your very encouraging comments. I do appreciate it very much.Kind Regard
Hi LizYour observation is spot on. I am very grateful that you visit my blog and make such positive comments.Kindest Regard
Hi StephenI do find portraits difficult too. I usually create a pose with an hidden face were I can. I am afraid the likeness is zero. But I do try and give character.Thank you has always for your comments.Regards
Beautiful work Trevor !
Hi MorgaineThank you.I do value your comments greatly.Kind Regards
Trevor, beautiful indeed. I love the way the light rakes across the hat and upper soulders of the forward woman. I am especially fond of the pieces you do set in an earlier era. Such a wonderful imagination and execution. The mill workers on holiday were also intriguing.
Hello MaryThank you for calling again. I am pleased that you find the nostalgia pieces intriguing.It is nice to hear from you again too.Kindest Regard
You said it right Trevor! Women with umbrella is looking harsh! But the other woman's eye and nostrils are really well done! :)
Thank you MeghaI appreciate you constructive comments and that also gives me much encouragement.Kind Regards
Wonderful piece, Trevor. Really nice composition.
Hi! I am comming here for the fist time and it is a very exciting discovery.Your evocative style is fabulous. Lot to learn from here. Thanks.
Thank you Edward.I appreciate your comments very much.
Thank you EncreI am pleased you have visited my blog and appreciate your comments.I do hope we continue to communicate,Regards
Hello Trevor, excuses by my English, your watercolors are excellent, transmit much force and sensitivity. Wonderful. Regards.Virginia Palomeque
Hello VirginiaYour English is very good. Please forgive me for not communicating in your language. Thank you for visiting and your very welcomed comments.Kind Regard
Very nice painting Trevor! You do a great job conveying the mood in the faces. I laughed when I read one comment that the umbrella lady is irked that she didn't think to wear a bigger hat like her friend! Thanks,
muy buenos trabajos , salud
Your pictures are very beautiful! This thinking lady is particularly.I come back later, then!Thank you!
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