Lives and works in the Netherlands.
Hi Rene,I like the way you composed the image to lead the eye into the painting with the winding path.Lovely!
Hi Rene,I have added a link to your blog from both my blogs.By the way, how do get those wet paintings safely home by bike?marina
Hi Jennifer,I am very keen on the composition, a rather walk a few minutes around then just paint ahead. With a viewcatcher it's quite easy to see how thing would work out.Thanks for visiting.Marina,Great! thanks, ill have a look.I take my wet panels back home with a self made "wet panel carrier" . Dank voor het bezoekje.
hello master rene,a nice one, this one, i like the way the eye is lead.....jos
spring seems to get the best out of you rene....COLOR!!!!love your Dutch buildings,the roofs are so interesting
I really love most of your paintings especially this one, they have a great feeling of atmosphere to them. Your minimal use of color works great. Have a great weekend...Ray in SC USA
Thanks!Jos,I was a bit lucky about this one,just discovered it when i went home last time we painted. :-)Rob,Color, mjamie! I Googled a while ago for Llandrindod, that's also a great village Rob! You should give it try someday!!Anonymous,Minimal use of color, .... hmmm for me its almost an explosion of it. hehehe. Thanks for the nice words.
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