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Wednesday, 28 September 2011

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Windill on th Broads  12" x 10" Oil

The suggested topic for today was 'Norfolk Windmill', which everyone was happy to have a go at. After two wipeouts this is my effort. Needs a few light touches.  I got the image from the internet and it has no detail of location, just somewhere on the Norfolk Broads.

5 comments:

Celeste Bergin said...

you did a great job of it---I really enjoy the orange sail

Maggie Latham said...

Sharon, this is such a watercolour painting waiting to happen! I keep think how it could be interpreted in watercolour retaining the vibrancy of your oils.

Michael Bailey said...

Lovely fresh loose painting Sharon with a fabulous feeling of light. I think it might be Mutton's Mill - but there are quite a few black and white mills in Norfolk so not sure :)

Carlos León said...

Beautiful work!!

Gabrielle said...

I really like the colors you chose for this. I'm a bit of a detail-obsessed painter and I'm trying to break that habit. Your piece just proves to me once again that less can certainly be more. So fresh and full of life!