Artwork by Trevor Lingard
You create so much to look at at once, it is so busy and real
Hello KarieThank you for your comment. Its much appreciated.Kind Regards
Insightful and beautifully painted.Wonderful watercolor,as usual.
Hi FabioComing from you especially your comments give me much encouragement. Thank you
A light filled lovely painting of old people who, despite your hopeful dating comment seem caught up in their own private worlds. I like it very much..they are along together. :)
I love this Trevor. You're as skilled with figures as with your cityscapes. I like how you are able to paint a scene where people can fill in their own story to the painted figures.
This is great. Your work is so loose and lovely, and you expertly maintain the whites. I'm very impressed.
Wonderful Trevor ! love everything about it
Savoureux! It is so animated and ever viewer can create his or her own story.
LOL - I love your commentary as much as the painting, Trevor. What a wonderful collection of figures. You give so much information with such a few gorgeous washes and perfectly placed details. wonderful!
Hi Trevor, the singularity of each character is what attracts me the most, the humanity of it is what bind all together. The narrativeadd to the drama. Grand.
Lovely painting full of character and light.
This is absolutely wonderful, Trevor. I really like the narrative you sdded.
Hello CelesteThank you kindly for visiting and your comments which give me a boost.Regards
Hi SheilaYou always give me encouragement and make me feel better if I am a bit down. What would I do without your comments.Kindest Regard
Thank you DianeYour comments especially give me much encouragement.Kind Regards
Hi MorgaineThank you so much. I do appreciate everything you say.Regards
Hello EncreThank you for visiting my blog and your very kind commentsRegards
Hello LizThank you for complimenting my comentary. I am afraid I struggle but hopefully it is meaningful enough. Thank you kindly for visiting again. I do appreciate that.Regards
Hello MarianoYou give me much encoragement. I am very greatful.Kind Regards
Thank you SarahIt is good to hear from you again. It is always a pleasure for me.Best Regards
EdwardEspecially.. this is very kind and generous of you.Best Regards
Cute!The painting has the same energy and movement as all of your works do.Interesting to see how a little body movemnet can do to interpretation of a painting!
Hello ArtiYour observations are from your experience, which I value greatly.Thank you so much for your comments.
Trevor what you do with watercolor is amazing. Another beautiful piece. I'm thinking she gve him directions and he didn't listen now they are stuck there.LOL..
Hi SheilaI think your story is a cracker..best yet.Thank you for visiting again and your welcomed comments.Kind Regards
A beautiful watercolour painting with a variety of stories caught up in it!ronell
Thank you for visiting african tapestry. I appreciate your comments.Regards
Trevor, it's a delicious watercolor, a fantastic work....I admire your work. I'm also a watercolor painter Thanks for posting it.Enrique.
Trevor, you are so accomplished at doing people in waterolor. I love the way you capture the light.Hum, what are those two fellows thinking? Perhaps the one on the right is hoping the bus will arrive soon, and the one on the left is making his grocery list. I think the lady is right to play hard to get. I love people caught in everyday moments.
Thanks Mr Lingard: I was intrigued by the expressiveness of your watercolors. The emotions are immediately tangible. I have dabbled in the medium however I tend to have the stolidness of an architect. I am glad to be following your works. - Jared
Hello SieteI am pleased to meet a fellow watercolourist. Thank you for calling at my blog.Your comments are very generous. Thank youRegards
Hello maryThank you for your comments. Your story is very good. You have an imagination which is inspiring.Kindest Regards
Hi JaredPlease do call me Trevor. Thank you for your very intersting comments. There is nothing wrong in being likened to an Architect. Your work has fine qualities..be proud.Regards
Wow, I love this one. It tells a story. Actually that's what I like about your work.
Hello JoanIt is good to hear from you . I hope you are well.Thank you for your nice comment. I am pleased you like this one.Kindest Regard
Lol...his two friends are probably holding out for younger chicks! Just joking of course.Very lovely watercolor, Trevor...you are the master!
Hello DeanIt is very good to hear from you again. I always enjoy your comments. I think you might be right with this story line. Looks like the chap with the cap gets to choose first.Best Regards
Again you made me involved in your story. I almost heard them talking.Thanks.
Hi GalinaYour comments are always meaningful. I do appreciate your visits. Thank you so much.Regards
The individuality of each character woven in the narrative going on in this painting is magic! Subtle and realistic at the same time. I really like this one :)
Hello CatherineThank you for visiting and your interesting comments.I do hope we will continue to follow and communicate.Kind Regards
Trevor, again... a great watercolor! I love how you preserve the white of the paper in so many interesting place. I also appreciate the variety of greys that you get. I find it hard to make greys/neutrals and I've got to work harder at that. Inspiring!
I don't know if she is going to accept the date, but I hope she does! Very lovely, very sweet, very enchanting.
I love this piece Trevor! Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving your kind comment...it's very much appreciated!
With minimal brush strokes you have captured a wonderful scene and mood. An elderly gathering, enjoying a moment in the sun together, reminiscing the past perhaps, while at the same time enjoying being part of the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The greyed colors are perfect.Jean
I really like this collection of people and the gestures you have captured. Beautiful!
Hello CherylThank you kindly for your very welcomed comments.Kindest Regard
Hello TinaI`m sure she will. They look well matched.Thank you for your comments.It is so good to hear from you again.Regards
Hi DavidThe pleasure was mine.I do hope we continue to communicate.Best Regards
Hello Jean(watercolourist)Thank you so much for your welcomed comments.You have extended the story further which has given a touch of sentimental feeling. I do appreciate that very much.Kindest Regard
Hello PaulaYour comments are always gratefully recieved. Thank you very much for visiting again.Kindest Regard
Hi Trevor,Wonderful and poignant paintings. Timeless. I associate them with English literature from the 20’s and 30’s (my favorite era in literature). I will follow your blog henceforth. Best regardsAnde
Hello AndeThank you for visiting my blog and especially your very welcomed comments.I have visited your blog and found your postings to be very interesting too.I hope we continue to communicate.Regards
Hello Trevor,I really like your blog and find your art very interesting and beautiful. There are so many nuances and undertones in your characters' facial expressions. Best regards,Jenny
Hello JennyI am pleased that you have visited my blog. Your comments are very kind. I am very appreciative.Regards
Congratulations about your fantastic work, i like very very very much!regards from Buenos Aires.../\Namaste.
When I watch this picture, the beating of people and a flow of the blood can understand it. People totally live and seem to be there.ruma
Thank you Carina I appreciate your comments.Kind Regards
Thank you Ruma for you observations which are very descriptive.Kind Regards
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