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The fold doesn't show in this image! I like the work you did in New York a lot - it looks like you got a lot out of your workshop.
I love your still life Robin, the glass is so crystalline and I love the flow and movement in your Maple. I don't see any folds so you manged to get them out nicely with the iron. :)
I guess I should just suggest that the mark is a part of the composition... (not)The workshop was wonderful
Mary - thank you, it was a wonderful experience wasn't it. Good memories, and good lessons to work from.
wow! so many new pieces. the pastels are beautiful. i too like the direction of the strokes creating movement very much.
these are both lovely, as usual. It just goes to show how much can be created out of so little when you see a still life like this.
Robin I love your new pastel work. It's very expressive and your colors are lovely.
Robin, thses are both beautiful. the wrinkle in the one is hardly noticable on screen. you really out did yourself on the tree! a lot of energy in this one.
Robin, these are beautiful. I especially love the one with the glass. The fabric is so lush. I wouldn't have noticed the fold if you hadn't pointed it out.
Hi Robin! I just saw that you left a comment on my blog a few days ago. I'm sorry I didn't catch it earlier. Thanks so much for visiting.I love "a sip of yellow". Terrific design. The goblet looks so delicate. So you live close to me. Are you interested in a Plein Air Workshop by Tom Brown? He is coming out to Agua Dulce and Acton on Nov. 17th & 18th. I'd love it if you would join us! I know nothing about plein air, this will be my first time. Check out Tom's blog; tombrownfineart.blogspot.com
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