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Tugs Painting - Tugboat Agnes Foss by James Williamson

Tugboat Agnes Foss is a painting by James Williamson which was uploaded on December 18th, 2011.

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Wonderful piece; nicely done! f/v

James Williamson replied:

Thanks for your positive remarks. Living in the Pacific Northwest I am familiar with the nasty weather and it shows in this painting. The company also gives me rides on the tugs and I get a first hand view of events. Jim

Congrats on this work of art ,your Painting are Outstanding as always ,congrats on your sale!!! v

James Williamson replied:

Thanks for your positive remarks. We live in the Pacific Northwest USA and were just watching a program on steam trains in New Zealand. Great looking country - Island.

Congrats on your sale

James Williamson replied:

Thank you for your positive comments. All artists require a certain amount of "recog". I enjoy painting tugs for FOSS Maritime and they allow me to be a passenger on the vessels and I get a first hand experience. Jim

Excellent composition! Congrats on your sale James!

James Williamson replied:

Thank you for your positive comments. Althought its a 'dark' painting it has a 'story' to tell. The danger and adventure of tugboats. Jim

Love this painting, James. Excellent technique in your watercolor to bring out these details, and light and shadow.

James Williamson replied:

Thank you for your positive comments. Although its a 'dark' painting it has a 'story' to tell. The danger and adventure of Pacific Northwest tugboating. ARGH! jIM

Congratulations on your sale!!

James Williamson replied:

Thank you for your positive comments. We're up here in Ferndale! Although the painting is a bit 'dark' it has a 'story' to tell. The danger and adventure of navigating tugboats int he Pacific Northwest. ARGH! Jim

Congratulations on your sale!!!

James Williamson replied:

Always - thank you for your positve comments. Although the painting is a bit 'dark' it has a 'story' to tell. The danger and adventure of navigating the waters along the Pacific Northwest coast. We get rain and 'hurricains' from November to March. Keeps the air clean. ARGH! jIM

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