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September 30, 2021


Thanks for sharing these astonishing watercolours along with the conversation with your friend Michael. I agree with him completely about how special these are. I still have to get my hands on that book of poetry you illustrated! These are alive with spontaneous exuberance.

Oh, I like these--and enjoyed the conversation as well. You may feel more subdued, but your brush is still free and frolicsome!

Beth, I love all of these. They are all exquisite and deeply evocative. But I think the first, rougher sketch is what excites me, touches all my senses, most. I'd love to see a larger painting from you in the looser style - you have such a fine sense of colour, as discussed here, and of composition.

Those are wonderful. Watercolor is very difficult but these are so luminous!

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