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City Scape Painting - Venice Canal by Darice Machel McGuire

Venice Canal is a painting by Darice Machel McGuire which was uploaded on January 24th, 2010.

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Great work Darice !!! LOVE it !!!

Thank you very much Fei

I love it

:-) thank you

Beautiful painting Darice

Thank you very much Ahmed

Thank you so much for your lovely comments, Molly. They are greatly apreceated.

Beautiful technique Darice

Darice as the gentleman said, "I can smell the water". What a compliment and I agree. You are able to capture so many subject matters with great technique, but a styling of your own. Very nice!!

Thank you so much for your kind words.

Your portrayal of the reflections of the old buildings in the canal are marvelous!

Great Darice. It really makes me want to go down the canal and around the bend

Beautiful painting. I can smell the water, which means it stirs the senses. Great accomplishment.

This is simply a wonderful, vibrant, and soothing painting. I just love to have seen it in progress and now finished. The water is alive and the little touch of green draws your eye down the canal.

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