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Jun 18, 2015


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Nice work Tim, especially the foreground boats.

Joe Lanni

The atmosphere that you create in your work is incredible. I look forward to receiving your post to my feedly each and every day. Do you travel weeks at a time? How do you complete so many beautiful paintings so quickly?


Very nice. Every part of this composition is a composition on its own, which is not easy with many different objects.

Was wondering, I checked your 'older' work, from some years ago, and I think I can say it was good from the start, but your work has definitely got better, imho.

Could you say something about your own development over the years, since you started with your daily watercolours? What has changed, how important is technique, what is still the same etc. etc. ?



Tim Wilmot

Thank you very much Peter and your comments on older work vs newer work.

I think you have suggested a very good future post! Maybe I should take a subject I did 5 years ago and paint the same scene!

Thanks again!

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