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Angela L Walker

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Seattle, Wa - United States

Beautiful colors! I love the music score on the bottom of this painting.. I really like your work Angela!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Angela, I love your playful style and use of vibrant colors. This is so full of life. It's one big fav for me !

Angela L Walker replied:

Thanks Oiyee... I am thrilled to know you like this piece!

Canton, MI - United States

Love this.

Angela L Walker replied:

Thanks much, my friend.

Sequim, WA - United States

I need to look into those Dewent INKTENSE....I use regular Prisma colored pencils ...didn't know about these you use....thanks for the tip Ange! My local art supply store has a sale on colored pencils...not sure if they have those but will check it out.

Angela L Walker replied:

Yes. Yes. YES! :-)

Harwinton, CT - United States

I like

Angela L Walker replied:

Thanx Terri... so glad you like this piece. :-)

Roseburg, OR - United States

Love this painting! Makes me want to go get some of those Inktense pencils.

Angela L Walker replied:

PLEASE try them out! You will LOVE them! They are most addictive because you can do so much work with them dry and then bring your work to life with one single waterbrush and a piece of paper towel. I love these things! Thanks so much for commenting Nancy... as you can see, I got very excited reading that you might give them a try too. :-)

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another vote & fave! this is KOOL!

Angela L Walker replied:

Thank you, Lenore! You always make me smile...

Sequim, WA - United States

Whoa Angela!.... the colors are so intense...full of positive energy....love the Kokopelli guys.

Angela L Walker replied:

Thanks again, my friend... it's those Derwent INKTENSE pencils. They are delightful to work with... use them just like regular colored pencils and then whenever you're ready, use a water brush to turn them into PERMANENT paintings. I just love them! :-)

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