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Harmonica Painting - Harmonica Pile by Ken Powers

Harmonica Pile is a painting by Ken Powers which was uploaded on June 25th, 2009.

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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!

Really love your portfolio! This is a favourite!

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!!

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

Really nice work Ken - great creativity!

This is very beautiful artwork. Nice colors and softness.

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!

Beautiful work.

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.

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.

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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