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Sharon Mick Painting - Venice Italy Street by Sharon Mick

Venice Italy Street is a painting by Sharon Mick which was uploaded on July 10th, 2012.

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Thank you to a buyer in Wigston, Leicestershire - United Kingdom for purchasing my art.

Beautiful work, Sharon! F/V

Beautiful. v

very cute/...would make for a good post card

Beautiful Saron! v

Just utterly fabulous of my most favorite city in the world, from my most favorite artist!

Love this, the warm inviting colors & beautiful street scene, V/F :-)

A beautiful watercolor very well composed.

Back to say 'one of my favorites' and v/f rd 20

Awwww .. it's remind me by my hometown, I feel homesick ...F/V

Wonderful watercolor of this italian street scene, Sharon! Love so much your style, you're very talented! f,v&SU, Mona

What a lovely watercolor of a beautiful city! Venice is a wonderful place to visit. v/f

A beautiful reminder of a beautiful city. v

Love Venice and this painting IS Venice! VF

Very nice, love the colors!!! V

Beautiful streets depicting beautiful mind. Nice combination of light colors. Very Dramatic.

Light ...colors...it makes me remember Italy. Beautiful!

Beautiful street..with marvelous use of colors and light reflection ..specially work on beautiful flowers make this piece dramatic ... GORGEOUS!

Beautiful street scene, Sharon; I want to go there today! Color palette is stunning, the detail in the buildings is wonderful, and the perspective makes you think you are there. Voted!

Nice watercolor - love Venice! - voted

Lovely warm colours. Makes me want to go on holiday! Voted.

Sharon, Venice Italy Street, is a lovely watercolor. Your pallet is warm and your edges are crisp. The vanishing point is expertly done drawing the eye down the street with the inevetability of gravitic attraction. The shifting light in shadow and reflected sunshine is delightful and allows us a leisurely and pleasant exploration of these well-kept centuries old facades. Your treatment of the sky gives us a sense of a sleepy afternoon when the streets might easily be nearly empty. Leaving out the grape-vines-- or any other superfluous items-- is a thing that only real masters of an art know to do and it holds true of all artists- whether musician, poet, photographer, painter, sculptor, whatever. Crisp edges and no muddied areas whatsoever. This piece is very well done; an exemplary work in water-color. F, V, L

Beautiful colors.

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