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Bwark Maude Painting - Bwark Maude Bwark by Carol McLagan

Bwark Maude Bwark is a painting by Carol McLagan which was uploaded on November 17th, 2011.

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Thanks John, I had a lot of fun with that painting but sadly the idea was triggered by a fox raiding the neighbours chook (woops hen I mean) house. Ultramarine blue granulates beautifully.

Nice cartoonish style you have Carol.....I like this painting very much! I especially like the granulation of the blue background pigment. Fun!

Yes foxes are very cruel when they get loose in a hen house. You may have notice Susan that I have used a lot of 'Dawn Grey' in this painting just changing the tones where needed from cool to warm.

Absolutely love this painting!!! Someday I will buy a copy for my neighbor! We have a terrible time with foxes in the henhouses, or coyotes in the pens, but we have never named a fox! Don't you just hate the coyote's laughing and yipping together at their parties? I always wonder if someone will be missing in the morning. VF and fb L!

Carol, I really admire your ability to paint so many different subjects in such a variety of ways. This illustration piece is a wonderful pen and wash technique. I'm sure that your students must just love you as your obvious love for all kinds of art-creating would make you a very flexible and fun teacher.

Carol McLagan replied:

Elaine, you have made my day with your wonderful comment. I am always trying new things to share with my students and yes I love them too. Some of them I have been working with since they were 6 and now they are 16! To try something new expands your horizons and I feel my work has grown so much because of my students.

Carol, I really admire your ability to paint so many different subjects in such a variety of ways. This illustration piece is a wonderful pen and wash technique. I'm sure that your students must just love you as your obvious love for all kinds of art-creating would make you a very flexible and fun teacher.

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