Harmonica Pile

Ken Powers


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Harmonica Pile Painting

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West Hollywood, CA - United States

Just finishing a harmonica series I especially enjoy and appreciate your work!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Nicky! This was a fun one to paint and has been a fairly popular piece for me. Fun stuff!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Really love your portfolio! This is a favourite!

Lake Luzerne, NY - United States

I love this one too - great subject!

Acworth, Ga - United States

Great job, I use Lee Oskar,Marine band, and spec.20,golden melody are also good. Google search my "mississipi saxophone" painting. I think you'll like it,I wish I hadn't sold that one.It's of my old set up, vibro-champ amp, crystal balls bullit mic. Keep up the fine work.

Tumwater, WA - United States

Ken... this can't be just your first time on the main page of FAA... your artwork is so fantastic it should be there every month. Congrats!!

Arcadia, MO - United States

Congratulations !! Featured on the FAA homepage. Nice choice they made !!

Gilbert, AZ - United States

Really nice work Ken - great creativity!

Orleans, MA - United States

This is very beautiful artwork. Nice colors and softness.

Newton Flotman, No - United Kingdom

As always stunning work Ken and you have made it to the home page of FAA at last.

Crisfield, MD - United States

Ken - You keep getting better and better just when I think you can't top it! You have such a fine touch with metal and wood. Beautifully painted!

Arcadia, MO - United States

Beautiful work.

Coupeville, WA - United States

I appreciated your comment on my Greenbank Store painting, Ken. I left a comment there for you. Can you play the harmonica? I have one and just kind of talk through it. You seem to have a very subtle touch without overworking. I like the wood grain too - that's hard to pull off in confident strokes like you have. There's a link off my website page that carries my "Anacortes Fuel" painting. It's a painting of my dog asleep on my floor (thus, the wood grain), titled "Old Dog's Sweet Dreams". I find watercolor has that interesting element of chance to it. Check it out on perrywoodfin.com.

Covington, Oh - United States

I agree with Nan Wright. It takes a master's touch to get the look of all these textures just right. And you're the one.

Minnetonka, MN - United States

Great use of watercolors...you have a distinct talent to capture metal, wood and textures that you can almost reach out and touch.

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