Thursday, January 15, 2015

Festina lente


watercolor and ink

Hasten slowly.
~Augustus 

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22 comments:

  1. That is fabulous! Beautifully done!

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  2. Wonderful picture which brings back happy memories! Valerie

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  3. This is beautiful and i can almost imagine the slow rumbling movement of the cart. I like how the man at the left is looking back over his shoulder at the viewer.

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  4. Wow really special!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  5. Minnemeie, the work is lovely. Keep up. Best wishes, Sadami

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  6. Just beautiful. I can feel the. Cart moving.

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  7. Beautiful use of watercolors and ink together. It looks beautiful!

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  8. Like all your stuff, it'd delightfully different and, as always, draws the viewer into the narrative within the painting.

    So cleverly done!

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  9. I like that loose watercolor with totally different colors, congratulations. Saludos

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  10. I spent some time scrolling back through the last month and you have been painting some beautiful things, Min. This one is just lovely. Keep painting - M.x

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  11. Love the color, the depth and perspective...a delightful painting!

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  12. this is fabulous-I love all the splashes of colors! Happy PPF!

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  13. I love this. It has a kind of folk art feel. Great subject.

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  14. It looks sunny, and vintage and cheerful, beautiful!

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  15. Wow! Excellent watercolor Minnemie!!! Wonderful shadow work under the cart...LOVE it!!!

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  16. Beautiful scene, wow! Love the horse(s) and wagon. What colors!

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  17. This is BEAUTIFUL! Love the hues and shades :)
    Long time Minnie!
    Hope your year has started wonderfully...

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  18. That is a wonderful painting. I can imagine a story with it. Fantastic. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  19. Such a romantic watercolour. It reminds me of some of the old masters.
    Delightful scene so delicately painted. xoxo

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