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Female Painting - Remote by Denny Bond

Remote is a painting by Denny Bond which was uploaded on August 8th, 2010.

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Wonderful feeling with this beautiful painting.

Denny Bond replied:

Thank you Debra

Thanks Piotr... the comments are mutual... your work is inspiring.

Denny, your commend of the visual language is way beyond my comprehension! Congratulation on beautiful painting - I love all your work!

Very well done Denny...

H idenny, I was in the office when you dropped this off. I spent many minutes exploring it up close. What a treat! To see it live was incredible - as great as it looks here it doesn't compare to seeing it full size and in person. The subtlety of the colours in the skin tone and in her eyes, the texture of the grass in the foreground, and the maze of branches with their blue "blush" in the background, the tangible softness fo the fur on the hood, and the gentle roll of the hill all add to the ambience of the piece. I like the the placement of the two dark branches to the far left and the wrinkles in the sleeve and the deep shadow of the hood on her shoulder, All these elements and details simply "work" together beautifully, gently easing me around the piece until I rest at her eyes and lips and wonder what she is feeling. pretty cool, Denny! You are a spell-binding story-teller without words.

Denny, outstanding technique!

I am amazed that this is a watercolor! How do you get the smooth skin and the subtle hair that crosses over the black fur trim of the hood. You are a master of the medium.

Whoa. I've been looking at this for 5 minutes up close--and can't believe you pulled this off with watercolor. The jacket, the hues in the skin--my oh my. I can see hours and hours of work put into this. Finely skilled hand shows I needed your inspiration. :) Cheers! -Kerra

another stunning example of your brilliance.

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