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Landscapes Pastel - My Blue Bike by Jan Amiss

My Blue Bike is a pastel by Jan Amiss which was uploaded on January 18th, 2009.

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Thank you very much!

very nice, the bike is a great element in this drawing.

Hello Jan, Great composition. I love the shadow of the bike and bridge. I can feel the heat. Very neat. I enjoyed looking through your gallery.

Wonderful stuff! I can feel the sand between my toes and the heat of the middag sun. The bike invites you to take a ride into the painting down the rollercoaster wooden bridge and into the distance.

Hi Jan, You are wellcome and thanks for your comments !

I like this picture. It's good enough to work even without the bike in it!

this so looks like the east end of St. George Island looking east at the pass between it and Dog Island - a great spot to paint and fish, take a break and eat one's catch and back to painting. It could be one of many places but it has a sense of "place" that stir one's memory if they have been in these remarkable locals where the forces of Nature meet and greet with a rhythmic pulsation that affects all life caught in its web. Fine piece of Landscape Painting with Pastel. Thanks.

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