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Donde Esta El Sol?

Just Southern Enough
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Hannah Neighbour on Thursday, 23 January 2020 19:16

Oh, Jan...this is just stunning. A new favorite. I love how the colors of the sun are still there....like she's wrapped up in it even in the snow. A beauty with much depth. Thank you.

Oh, Jan...this is just stunning. A new favorite. I love how the colors of the sun are still there....like she's wrapped up in it even in the snow. A beauty with much depth. Thank you.
Mary Neighbour on Friday, 24 January 2020 17:39

Mi amiga, YES! You have not only wrapped in the sun, as Hannah notes, but you also have paid homage to the beauty of so many native sculptures. Asombrosa!!

Mi amiga, YES! You have not only wrapped in the sun, as Hannah notes, but you also have paid homage to the beauty of so many native sculptures. Asombrosa!!
Guest - Jan on Saturday, 25 January 2020 12:13

Hey it's Saturday, almost short February, a hop away from March, which should help blow in April and Spring in New Mexico.

Thank you both for your loving comments about my painting. Here is the back story: my painting is from an old picture in the New Mexican newspaper which I clipped and saved in my "To Paint" file, a long time ago.
The vender in the snow is Barbara Cate of Santa Domingo. I was determined to create this watercolor for Creatrix this week but totally unsure of how to involve light in the snowy scene...that part came by accident and was only validated when I stopped tryinG to use english for my title and used spanish instead.

Hey it's Saturday, almost short February, a hop away from March, which should help blow in April and Spring in New Mexico. Thank you both for your loving comments about my painting. Here is the back story: my painting is from an old picture in the New Mexican newspaper which I clipped and saved in my "To Paint" file, a long time ago. The vender in the snow is Barbara Cate of Santa Domingo. I was determined to create this watercolor for Creatrix this week but totally unsure of how to involve light in the snowy scene...that part came by accident and was only validated when I stopped tryinG to use english for my title and used spanish instead.
Hannah Neighbour on Tuesday, 25 February 2020 12:33

Jan, my breath keeps getting taken away when I come to the site and see this beauty.

Jan, my breath keeps getting taken away when I come to the site and see this beauty.
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