Port Isaac by Linda  Hunt

Port Isaac

Acrylic and Ink A4 sized painting of a Cornish village where they filmed Doc Martin
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It is lovely this painting
over 2 years ago
Thanks Susie
over 2 years
love it
over 2 years
Thank you
over 2 years
Great original art-you have a very commercial style-

miles x
over 2 years
Thanks Miles
over 2 years
Really neat! Love it!
over 2 years
Thanks
over 2 years
I love the brightness of your painting. the colour of your water and reflections of the boat. Very Nice work.
over 2 years
Thanks Mary Ann
over 2 years
Nice one Linda.5 stars!!!!!!
over 2 years
Thanks Raymond
over 2 years
very bold and defined contrasts beautifully with your use of colour. lovely piece.
over 2 years
Thank you for your comment
over 2 years
a nice piece. I love the way the boat pops off the canvas
over 2 years
Thanks
over 2 years
Like your cool and straight approach which gives me a calm feeling.
over 2 years
Was trying new ink pencils for the first time
over 2 years
the colors of the water is very real
over 2 years
Thanks
over 2 years
beautiful work.love the boat and old cottage type buildings,love old english towns.
over 2 years
Thanks Alan
over 2 years
great scene
over 2 years
Thanks
over 2 years
Interesting coloring. Like the houses and the shadowing. The boat looks like it is almost floating above the water surface. It is maybe supposed to be that way? All together, I like it:-)
over 2 years
Its moored up in shallow waters
over 2 years
Magnificent painting Linda..
Port Isaac is wonderful done..
The colours so lovely...
Excellent the houses..
The blue in this work is warm and powerful.
The boat in front is fenominal painted...
Bravo my dear artfriend....
Greetings, Robert
over 2 years
Thanks Robert
over 2 years
overall I love it,just the too dark for my taste wall behind the boat distracts from the main interest
over 2 years
Yes get your point. It was my first attempt with inktense pencils.
over 2 years
very cool piece
over 2 years
Thanks James
over 2 years
A most effective and colourful picture, I admire your talent for drawing.
over 2 years
Thanks Anne
over 2 years
This painting reminds me of when I was a teen in the sea scouts and went sailing at Lee on Sea. We walked out on the mud and sat in our sail boat until the tide came in. Well done
over 2 years
Glad it brings back memories for you
over 2 years
Love the simplicity and clean lines, you certainly have a very unique style! really very eye-catching! 5stars x Thoko.
over 2 years
Thanks for your comments
over 2 years
Beautiful work and excellently done. Take care-Sharon
over 1 year
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Linda  HuntArtist from Cheshire painting wildlife in acrylics. I have recently started designing POLYMER CLAY JEWELLERY where I have a page on my website and facebook. Contact me at
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Does anyone use drying retarder for acrylics? I find that this time of year the paint is drying as I am applying it. I have tried a slow drying gel but it just...
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