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Australian Painting - Young Australian Water Dragon by Carol McLagan

Young Australian Water Dragon is a painting by Carol McLagan which was uploaded on August 6th, 2012.

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Beautifully done

Thank you everyone for the positive comments

Great artwork Carol. Voted for and Fav too!

Cool Aussie photo! :)

Lovely work. v

well done!

Well now, this is true art! (v)

Carol McLagan replied:

Thank you I appreciate your visit

Nice painting, love the colors!

Carol McLagan replied:

Thank you

Thank you Andrew and Michelle for the positive comments

Beautiful painting, your colour choice and composition are supurb!

Hello, as fellow member of ‘Faa Gallery Home For All Artists Who Create’ I am only able to take a quick run though the group and vote tonight. Voted … Elaine

Kirsten you are very generous with your comment, thank you so much. Just saw your river cruise photos and they got me very excited.

Hello Carol! What a wonderful watercolor. It is both realistic and artistic--a difficult feat. I particularly love those leaves against the branch. f/v Kirsten

Thank you Phil, Hope someone like it at the exhibition next week and I get a sale!

Excellent. I love this one.

Thanks for commenting Michelle

Nice watercolor. I love the choice in colors. v

I came by from the least views thread too, this is lovely art Carol

Thank you Anne, this little fellow was sitting on our pool fence and looked so cute we photographed him for a future painting.

hi Carole..I saw this in the least views thread and wanted to let you know its gorgeous! Lovely colors and wonderful composition! v/f

Thank you so much Anne for the feature. I feel very honoured to be among some excellent artists you have featured on the home page for the group

Thank you Lianne and Sandra. This little fellow was born and bred in our yard along with many of these dragons in our yard, so I guess we are doing something right in providing the perfect environment for them.

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