Love the colors. Nice job.
Another terrific piece Paula! I always love the colors you use in each painting!
Ooh, I love old houses and architecture in general... this one's a beauty. Bravo!
Paula,Like all your paintings, this one makes me want to know the story. How many families live there and what are their lives like? Are there cushioned window seats at those front windows? What's down the hill from the house? You have a way of making what is likely an ordinary house on an average street look special. I like this a lot.
Beautiful job on this Paula. I love your colour palette.
Thanks everyone, and Liza, me too. I am always amazed at the energy each space possesses...either because of the life going on inside or that used to happen inside...even abandoned buildings tell a story that each of us could interpret differently. What I think I like about the Southie buildings is their uniqueness. And one-time grandeur...in some cases restored.
wow! I think you met the challenge! very nice :)
That building looks like it could be in Providence too.Nice design Paula.
excellent work, congratulations. Cesc.
Thanks Frank, yeah it could be Providence...I did not think of that...!and welcome Cesc! I checked out your blog and enjoyed viewing your work!
I very much like this painting. You seem to have a particular feeling for objects fairly close up. I find the same strengths in this one as in Pemberton Places and Happy Earth Day. Excellently conceived.
Paula,Super magic with colors!.I feel like inviting you to India again.In India many houses are same as you draw here with telephone cables etc.You will have a good inspiration for sure!How are you doing?Thanks,Shweta
Thanks Dave, I appreciate your comments and thanks for visiting!Shweta! Oh, I so wish I could travel to India but I have ended my time off practicing art full time. I am now back at work full time and taking a class in web development a well...I hope to be able to manage my own website soon and create them for others as well. Thanks for visiting!
I LOVE ALL YOUR PAINTINGS !THEY ARE VERY (Cezane)I think thats how you spell it .Im a new follower all thae way from Wales UK .Thanks for visiting my blog .From sesga xx
Hey thanks Sesga!...and what do you know...I love the 50's too!
Hi Paula,I am back.Please visit my blogs.I have removed moderation.Thanks,Shweta
Love your work. This has such a great loose feeling to it. Nice job!
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