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Tahiti Painting - Sharing The Bounty by John Mabry

Sharing The Bounty is a painting by John Mabry which was uploaded on April 3rd, 2012.

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This is simply enchanting....I want to walk out onto the dock and explore the little house on the stilts. like

John Mabry replied:

THANKS Anne! It was a spot I saw in Bora Bora when I biked around the little island....Like going back in time. It was easy to imagine Cpt Cook lurking off-shore! Clothing was optional...

Great style!! Awesome work! L/F

John Mabry replied:

Thanks very much Katie!

Beautiful color details. Love the cloth or net on the side of the building.

John Mabry replied:

Your comment is appreciated Warren. Thank you!

Voted in the Sunsets and Sunrise contest and added a Vote here as well John! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

John Mabry replied:

Thanks for your comment and vote!

( sorry ... that was suppose to be .. Wonderful subject, contrast, composition and execution. )

John Mabry replied:

Your comments are very much appreciated!

I love your art!!! vf

John Mabry replied:

Thanks for your kind comment Christy!

Lovely the detail in the brush strokes. Very nice!

John Mabry replied:

That part was probably the most fun Carolyn! Thank you for noticing!

Wonderful painting, John! fav

John Mabry replied:

Thanks for your kind comment Cindy

Great watercolor work, John. I wonder how long that pelican is going to be patient... :) Vote.

John Mabry replied:

I saw this scene in Bora Bora and the animals were very confident and relaxed around the native Tahitians. A little bit of heaven on Earth. Thanks for your comment Kristin!

Your watercolour paintings leave me breathless! You are truly a master -- very beautiful work of art. Wonderful color, movement, depth, interest, etc.

John Mabry replied:

Thanks so much Annamarie!

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