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May 18, 2017


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Tony Fagan

I always enjoy your work Tim, but the middle ground on this one - the dust and its effect on the background - is amazing. Makes it very real.

Tim Wilmot

Thanks Tony

Kate McGuiness

Dear Tim,
Australia has such a varied light from east to west. The "big sky" with the saturated hues against the bleached landscapes are to be immersed in. I hope you have the opportunity to experience this for yourself one day.
Thank you for your paintings and demonstrations.

Cheers, Kate

Kate McGuiness

P. S. The camera does average out and flatten the life out of most images.

Tim Wilmot

Thanks Kate

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