Two Coconuts

Lisa Pope

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Zachary, LA - United States

Thank you for all the warm and thoughtful comments everyone.

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

Congratulations on your sale!

Crisfield, MD - United States

Splendid work, Lisa! Beautifully painted! V/f...

Casablanca, Ca - Morocco

Congratulations

Kapaa, HI - United States

Simply beautiful. Congratulations on your sale.

Tacoma, WA - United States

Congratulations on your Fine Sale!!

Borda, Margao, GO - India

Itz Lovely......Congratz on ur sale.....Lisa........!!!!!!

Buenos Aires, CA - Argentina

Beautifully done! Congratulations on your sale !

San Francisco Bay Area, CA - United States

Lisa, gorgeous art! Congratulations ! have a great day, Irina Sztukowski

Zachary, LA - United States

Thank you so much!

Sunrise, FL - United States

Lisa, Wow This is so Beautiful! Congrats on your sale!

Halifax, NS - Canada

Beautiful, congrats.

Barrigada, GU - Guam

Hi Sarthak. I like how this one turned out. I may keep it for myself as a memento of Guam after I move off the island. I have enjoyed the palm trees and turquois water around the shoreline. Thank for your comment.

Mumbai, ma - India

stunning work !! this looks so real

Barrigada, GU - Guam

Sandy, that makes sense. Thanks for taking time to give feedback.

Zeeland, MI - United States

I think that as I have said before, you are loose in places that matter, within the object lines you are very good about allowing the paint to mingle and merge. This is a complicated subject and I like the amount of detail you rendered it with. When I think in terms of looseness, I look for ways to connect everything and that means letting things bleed into each other...always where the value is the same, it seems counter intuitive to let things run together but if you pick and choose, keep hard lines where there is a huge value jump and letting things run together where the value doesnt change, that is my theory, but again, this subject has so much detail, I think you handled it 100% appropriately.

Barrigada, GU - Guam

Thanks Sandy. You are always so supportive and have such knowledgable feedback. I don't know if I managed to be any looser in this painting except in the tree trunk perhaps.

Barrigada, GU - Guam

Thanks Warren. I had to do this one in stages because of the overlapping palm fronds. It was challenging but fun.

Barrigada, GU - Guam

Thanks Peter. Yes I used watercolor.

Zeeland, MI - United States

Lisa, I have gone over every inch of this painting with a fine tooth comb. Your finest work to date I believe. Congratulations on a wonderful painting. I checked out the wave in the background...even back there you kept a hard line and managed to reflect the resulting spray with softness. I can feel the texture of the coconuts. Love the way you let the water reflect on the left edge and the sunlight hit on the right. Rocks, excellent, trunk, excellent, values excellent, texture, excellent. Can't say enough wonderful things about this painting. You are amazing.

Ocala, FL - United States

Great detail. Beautiful.

Monterey Park, CA - United States

Wow, wonderful work. Is it in watercolor?

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