Friday, March 30, 2012

Winsor Read


SOLD
I do like having this new red on my palette!
$30 - 5"x7" painting includes 8"x10" matt.
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21 comments:

  1. wonderful piece, love your lines, color and detail.

    your link for PPF took me to last weeks post.... just to let you know.

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  2. Hello, Nora MacPhail.

     Awe inspiring your works...
     It lets me feel warmth with the humanity.

     The prayer for all peace.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

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  3. I am leaning to guessing her age too, well one isn't supposed to talk about a womans age. Nice one though.

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  4. Hello Nora:) Such a plain subject but you made something beautiful out of it! Love the combination of colors you used. Perfect:)

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  5. Love the title LOL! And of course the lady is fabulous! Great humor in your work.

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  6. Hi, Nora - and thank you for stopping by my blog and your nice comment. I just spent some time looking through your blog and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing your very fresh and joyful approach. I really like how you draw - your contour lines capture the spirit of the subject as well as the form. And the watercolor adds so much excitement! I am very drawn to the figurative work - its wonderful!

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  7. Hello Nora!Your watercolor works are loose,full of colors and very charming!

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  8. Love the title and the painting!!

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  9. I too like these bright colors and lines!

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  10. Love your new red too! Don't you love it when you add something new to your palette, or anything that inspires your work.? I do! ;-D

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  11. So fresh and bright. Beautifully done!

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  12. Ciao Nora,
    I like the person painted behind because it is possible imagine what everyone want. (I painted some and posted some)
    This red woman is very interesting because she read concentrated a book, have the glasses and the unbrella so we can imagine a lot of things about she. I like the colours too.
    Heve you seen the work of Tony Allain? He use pastels and paint a lot of people back while looks paintings.
    Ciao, abbracci, Floriana

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  13. This looks like a very useful red - like the spin on the title too, clever.

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  14. that is a lovely red, you do these paintings so well, you are so very very talented,

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  15. Looks smashing Nora! Love the juiciness of your paint. :)

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  16. Una pintura llena de vida, de emociones. El uso de nuevos colores siempre emociona, te hace feliz.

    Saludos

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  17. So colorful, Nora!!! Beautifully painted.

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  18. La liberté de votre trait apporte une grande sensibilité à vos oeuvres... la fraîcheur de vos couleurs produit une remarquable légèreté.
    gros bisous

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  19. Loved the pose you chose from behind,though we dont see her face we still feel very well connected.. and the red of course is inspiring me to pick up my brushes right away!

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  20. Oh! I love the umbrella and your style always captivates me.

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