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Old Saturday 27th January 2007, 20:44   #1
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Snowfall

After a heavy snowfall two days ago, I decided to try my luck with
landscape elements.
There aren't Birds to see, but I'm sure they are still there!

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Old Saturday 27th January 2007, 22:31   #2
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Very nicely painted..love snow-scapes.

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Old Saturday 27th January 2007, 22:38   #3
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After a heavy snowfall two days ago, I decided to try my luck with
landscape elements.
There aren't Birds to see, but I'm sure they are still there!

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superb , how i wish i had your gift , can we have some more please ?
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This is a wonderful piece of art. More snowscapes please.
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Old Sunday 28th January 2007, 22:07   #5
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Thank you all!
Actually I'm not a Landscape painter, but an Animal one, and drawing correctly
their surroundings is always a challenge!
Unfortunately I hadn't time to complete one more picture, and the snow is
melting very quickly.
As a compensation for it, few snow studies from the past..

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Old Monday 29th January 2007, 12:58   #6
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Really superb! Reminds me a little of another artist, Bruce Pearson, if my memory serves me right - I really like his work too.

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Thank you all!
Actually I'm not a Landscape painter, but an Animal one, and drawing correctly
their surroundings is always a challenge!
Unfortunately I hadn't time to complete one more picture, and the snow is
melting very quickly.
As a compensation for it, few snow studies from the past..

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thank you . superb.
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Old Monday 29th January 2007, 20:47   #8
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Those are Stunning!

Really beautiful work... Thanks for sharing...

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Really superb! Reminds me a little of another artist, Bruce Pearson, if my memory serves me right - I really like his work too.

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Thank you Zek.
I'ts really flattering to be compared with such an Artist like Bruce Pearson!

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Thank you Zek.
I'ts really flattering to be compared with such an Artist like Bruce Pearson!

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And early Lars Jonsson.

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And early Lars Jonsson.

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What schould I say now?
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