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Water Painting - Water Nymphs by Michael Camp

Water Nymphs is a painting by Michael Camp which was uploaded on February 11th, 2011.

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This is superb painting, Michael. L&F

You have capture the mood of these three young girls so well that I can almost hear what they are saying - I so want to be there with them!

Congratulations on your sale, Michael! v/f

How sweet! Congrats Michael!

Congratulations on your sale.

Congrats on your wonderful painting and sale :)

Congrats on your sale!

Thanks again to all for your comments. I appreciate the encouragement from fellow artists!

Excellent work Michael. I don't know what I can add to the other comments, but this is truly beautiful!

Wonderful painting, Michael!! Composition and color - fantastic! Makes me curious as to what the girls are intrigued by. Thank you for your generous comment on my painting.

Michael, it's really nice to see the variety of subjects you do. We learn from all, don't we. Thanks for your kind words about "Afternoon at Arches".

Michael, it's really nice to see the variety of subjects you do. We learn from all, don't we. Thanks for your kind words about "Afternoon at Arches".

very intriguing, makes me want to see what they are looking at

Very skillfully rendered, Michael. It appears that we both like to paint the same kinds of subjects. I enjoy seeing your interpretation. Thank you for checking my works too! -B

Great!!!

Thanks to all for the nice comments. I enjoyed painting this piece; it reminded me of warm summer days by the lake.

beautiful

GOOD JOB! Nicely done!

Thanks, Val. I appreciate the comment. This piece is one of my favorites.

A lovely little trio--so typical of children. Beautifully painted Michael.

Delicately beautiful work. :)

Michael Camp replied:

Thanks, Sandy. These girls were so caught up in their play, they were oblivious to the world. I took the photo that this is based on at Presque Isle State Park, on Lake Erie.

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