Irish Whiskey

Ken Powers


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Irish Whiskey Painting

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Tumwater, WA - United States

You always create perfect masterpieces

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Larry! Very nice of you to say!

Sydney, NS - Australia

Hello Ken, lovely to have found this, it's terrifc, as usual. Cheers !!! xV

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Vivian! This is an older piece but was a ton of fun to paint!

Tacoma, WA - United States

Hey Neighbor! Love your work in here!

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks David! Glad to see a fellow Tacoma artist here!

Chez Bourret, Va - France

Hello Ken, nice to see you here too! This one's really special. The background wall is perfect and the transparency of the liquid is excellent!

Bexley, Ke - United Kingdom

Hello Ken, every one of your pieces is a lesson in observation and economy of line and form, little masterpieces all! Mike

Brookline, MA - United States

Outstanding work like all your others as well Ken! My best, Juergen

Medford, NJ - United States

This has all the elements that we've come to expect in your work Ken, and so very well rendered. . ..........Joe

Chico, CA - United States

Ken I love your watercolors. They are simple and well done. This one sparkles.

Albertson, Ne - United States

A very well executed watercolor, I love loose women and loose watercolors, serious painting, again well done

Teslic - Bosnia-Herzegovina

Thank you Ken.Very interesting watercolour.Good luck.

Weeki Wachee, FL - United States

Ken - such a fascinating subject and masterful watercolor! Excellent colors and I especially love the tones and background shadows and light. Well done :)

Arcadia, MO

Wow. You only posted this a few days ago and already many visitors. And well deserved. This works, besides being beautiful; I'm not sure if it's the pink of the whiskey, or your casual composition that, while almost symmetrical and thus boring, is anything but. The black of the labeling contrasts nicely. 'Reminds of the early Disney studies (the shadows) for like the Pinocchio feature or Snow White (they were done in watercolor). This piece works.

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