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Landscape Drawing - Forgotten In The Snow by Tony Clark

Forgotten In The Snow is a drawing by Tony Clark which was uploaded on May 24th, 2014.

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Very impressive drawing Tony! Here's winter and an old barn wonderfully brought together to form this great work of art....I like your presentation and your excellent drawing...l/f/g+ Beth https://plus.google.com/+BethVesseur99/posts

Tony Clark replied:

Wow Beth thanks very much! ! I have to give credit to the wonderful photographer Bianca Nadeau.

splendid work Tony

Tony Clark replied:

I personally like the way this one turned out. Thank you. The photographer, Bianca Nadeau did such an awesome job with the photo. It was a fun sketch.

Thank you for participating in my contest. You really have captured a beautiful winter scene in your drawing. Wonderful work. L

Tony Clark replied:

Thank you Lisa! I love sketching old barns and houses. I was excited to see your contest :-)

Thanks Lynne!!! This one was so fun to do. I love old barns any way.

One of my favorites of your drawings, Tony. Revisiting your wonderful gallery.

Tony Clark replied:

Maria, that is so kind of you . Thank you very much! !

This is wonderful Tony! The detail in the dilapidated building is great! I need to check you site more often.

Tony Clark replied:

Wow Audrey! !! Thanks :)

I am so glad this stayed standing until you could get it drawn. Wonderful work. F/L

Tony Clark replied:

Hahaha, that is a very nice thing to say. Thank you very much Maria :)

I can see why you wanted to do this subject, Tony. You did a wonderful job. f/l

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks Anna! Yes lol , it was calling my name ;)

Oooop! Pin as well! :D

Tony Clark replied:

Oops thanks!

Wonderful work Tony! I love all the old exposed beams and structure! It is sad to see these wonderful parts of our history being lost though. f/love!! (the work on the barn is coming along great! Got the new email. :D )

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks Debbie! I really like exploring and finding old barns like this. A friend in Canada found this one :)

You captured so nicely the feeling of loneliness! Great drawing!

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks so much Ylli. Hey your profile photo looks like you are painting the same scene lol.

This is just beautiful, Tony!!!! :)))

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks Laurie. Barns are definitely one of my favorite subjects. Looking for something to do right now, maybe another barn lol.

Wonderful graphite drawing, love the details in the old barn!

Tony Clark replied:

Hi and thanks so much! Graphite and old buildings are my favorites :) Hope the weather isn't too rough over your way, be safe.

Very nice! That old rickety barn looks like it could come down any second.

Tony Clark replied:

Hahaha thanks Janice!

Beautiful!

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks Gene!

Great drawing!

Tony Clark replied:

Maria! Thanks, good to see you. Hope you are well.

Great work!

Tony Clark replied:

Thanks so muck Iya!!! I saw your landscapes yesterday. They are awesome.

Great drawing Tony! Irina

Tony Clark replied:

Thank you very much Irina!! Bianca provided an awesome photo. Lol it "called" me to sketch it. :) I hope you enjoy your memorial Day!!

Nice work! L

Tony Clark replied:

Hi Dave and Carol!!!! Thanks for visiting my work!!!! I sincerely appreciate the comment. Have a great holiday weekend!!

I love the drama of this barn scene. I can feel the cold and loneliness! Very well done! Love the look of the clouds too, very effective!

Tony Clark replied:

Sarah the best compliment anyone can ever receive is when they are told they created something that generates emotion or feeling. Thank you so much!!!

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