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I appear to have given the impression that i have stopped painting,that is not the case and there are quite a few on Goy over the past 3 years.Just not putting them down on board or canvas right now
I have paint on my hands as i write this from painting Peter Rabbit for my Beatrix Potter collection due in the garden in spring(will show it when finished).
The following paintings are just to prove I am still active,less recent members may have seen it before,I am sure i posted it but not sure when.
They are painted on primed MDF board i cut to shape with a small electric saw.


The Church of St Marys is in a local village and in a week or so will surrounded by many thousands of Snowdrops.


For Poppylover As requested the church and snowdrops pics not painting sorry

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Those are lovely. Well done :o)

3 Feb, 2012

 

excellent nice work

3 Feb, 2012

 

I rescued & re-homed a Springer some years ago. Lovely ol boy who just would'nt 'stay' on command & bolted in a straight line until eventually you caught up with him, funny in the field but not near traffic. All my dogs were/are well trained so this one was a challenge. Found him a good home after I had bathed,wormed, de-flead & de-tangled & un-knoted his ears & coat. Happy dog. Your regal Springer painting reminded me of that rescue.

3 Feb, 2012

 

They are both wonderful Brian, the church looks like a photo.

3 Feb, 2012

 

Great paintings, your very talented.

3 Feb, 2012

 

Love your paintings Brian, you are very artistic and talented. (I know you are modest and will probably shrink at that comment.) I would love to see a painting of the church with the snowdrops in bloom - it must be a wonderful sight.

3 Feb, 2012

 

These are very well done, like very much the pallet type format. I think you could sell these for a bob or two.

3 Feb, 2012

amy
Amy
 

These are wonderful,you are very talented Brian ,I have noticed that GOY has a good number of talented artists , it's not fair I wasn't given that gift !!

3 Feb, 2012

 

any pallets Amy?

3 Feb, 2012

amy
Amy
 

LOL yes I think I could manage some of your ideas Stevie , even then a might hit my thumb !!

3 Feb, 2012

 

love it , still have the pic u sent me of snowdrops ! lovely xx

3 Feb, 2012

 

That church I saw a long long time ago as a student. Nice to see it again in your painting.that is very strange.
I will be impolite now, Brian, I apologize in advance.
With your forgetting (I am forgetting, too :) you reminded me one English joke. A guy wrote to London TV Channel 1: "Dear gentlemen, I saw a wonderful film on your channel, but do not remember exactly when it was. Unfortunately, I do not remember the title of the film either. Anyway, could you please repeat it again sometimes? Thank you!"

3 Feb, 2012

 

Wonderful talent you have Bjs....

4 Feb, 2012

bjs
Bjs
 

Bampy, can relate to all you say about the Springer,but you forgot to mention mud have just returned from walking/running him on frozen fields and he still came home feet black with mud I can only assume that the heat from his feet melt mud and ice on contact.He is now again clean for 5 minutes.

4 Feb, 2012

 

LoL, I thought we had the naughties, muddiest Spaniel that ever lived!! (he once de-stuffed a duvet!)
Lovely painting Brian, so well done.
I found Jazzypup had really rough pads after frolicking in the frost. I put aloe vera gel on her pads and next day they were all smooth again.....result!

4 Feb, 2012

bjs
Bjs
 

Lulu Alright for little Girls little Boys don't like smelly scented things only things that smell worse than them.At least thats the Springer motto.

4 Feb, 2012

 

Lovely painting very talented:0)

5 Feb, 2012

 

Thank you Brian that church is really beautiful. The avenue of trees with snowdrops underneath is just crying out to be painted! If they did it in wallpaper Id have it in my bedroom!

5 Feb, 2012

 

WOW what an artist, I wish I could paint like that, so rewarding, well done. x

5 Feb, 2012

 

Your paintings look great Brian.

5 Feb, 2012

 

Brilliant!

7 Feb, 2012

 

lovely Brian and love the idea of the shaped wood, your so talented :o))

15 Feb, 2012

 

I had seen the palette paintings before but nice to see them again as they are so good. Love the snowdrops in the verge they look fantastic.

16 Feb, 2012

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