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West Point Painting - West Point Thayer Road by Sandra Strohschein

West Point Thayer Road is a painting by Sandra Strohschein which was uploaded on September 10th, 2011.

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Thank you Kip!

Excellent work! v/f

Thank you Roy, I really appreciate the comment!

This is a perfect West Point Gray Day

ah yes it is.......

lovely!

thank you Siobhan!

Congratulations on your sale! Beautiful painting!

Thank you Karen!

Congrats on your sale!

Thanks to the buyer from Clarksville TN

Thanks Donna, I always try to say as much as possible with as little as possible!

So lovely!! So gentle and soft!

Thank you to the buyer from PA...I appreciate your purchase!

Well thank you Jason. My husband graduated from WP class of 80....I have many reference photos from a visit there last year and hope to do more as time allows!

Sandra, this is gorgeous! I've spent some time at West Point and this brought back memories. Love it!

Thank you Xueling for your kind words...Blessings to you today in Jesus might name!

I am so glad to see your watercolor, simply beautiful, so inspiring!! Thanks for sharing it!

Thank you Demeter, I appreciate your comment!

Masterpiece!

Thank you Ken!

I love the looseness of this one Sandra!

This is something I have been working hard to figure out....I know it is important to have focal points/value contrast strong composition etc....but it has been my goal to become proficient at "less is more"......thank you for your affirmation!

Sandra, this is a beautiful painting! I will be anxious to see this series as it develops. I love the loose style, but even though it is loose, there are loads of interesting angles and planes.

I will follow. Would love to be able to do that. Thinking of a casle I did and doing it again more loosely.

Warren and Marsha, Thank you very much for your comment. I am looking forward to continuing to develope this side of my brain. This painting was done without any drawing. I just focused on the shapes and shadows and didn't try to overthink it. Your affirmation is very encouraging. Thank you again, Sandy.

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