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Cayman Painting - Palms At The Islands End by John Clark

Palms At The Island's End is a painting by John Clark which was uploaded on November 25th, 2014.

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Beautiful! Congrats on your sale!

John Clark replied:

Thanks Kendall


Hi John...Congratulations on your sale... Cheers Bob fv

Congratulations on your new sale


John Clark replied:

Thanks Maria




Congratulations on your recent sale!

Congratulations !

John Clark replied:

Thanks Sunil

Nice work

John Clark replied:

Thanks Lazaro

Congrats on your sale!!!!

Congratulations on your sale John! :-)

John Clark replied:

Thanks Kathy

This is fantastic! I love it! L/F

John Clark replied:

Thanks Marian

Congratulations on your sale! Beautiful!

John Clark replied:

Thanks Betsy

Congratulations on this marvellous painting being FEATURED in "PAINTING THE OLD WAY" , L/F.group administrator John Malone

I'm a new watercolor artiest and LOVE your style of painting. I've always had problems painting coconut trees and waves. As you know in watercolor paintings the white is already there as the paper. I know you are using acrylics but I can improve my trees by looking on your style. You have a Really nice hand and excellent color placement. I feel lucky to have found your site. I'm almost 70 and never sold any paintings nor am I interested in having anyone money. It is just for the joy of the act of painting that I paint.

John Clark replied:

Thanks Jonathan. I'm so glad. Painting should be a pleasure, so I believe you have the right attitude. Happy painting!

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"


John Clark replied:

Thanks Janis.

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