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Painting with Birds with Jim & Nancy Moir (1 Viewer)


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I remember being taught that it was for lettering only and it's impact in a painting was to to just leave holes; shame.
Rules like that should only be for specific circumstances. Art is about expression and not being constrained by rules (especially if your aim is to break the rules).

Andy Lakin

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I'm very impressed with the broad range of his artwork overall. Usually artists usually stick to one form of drawing/ painting etc but when you contrast the cartoon type art he does with the watercolours I find it very impressive that he is adept at both.


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It is not something I have ever noticed but when painting from a photograph does the photographer ever get credited?

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