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Jun 14, 2018


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HJ Kinney

Mr. Wilmot,
I am very thankful to you for all of your posts and videos. I have been learning to work by studying your beautiful work. I would love to see the video you described. Thanks very much for sharing your art with us.


I would love to know more about what your process is for putting people in your landscapes. For example, when do they mostly go in? Do you do negative painting around them at times? What are the challenges of placing people in your paintings?

Tony Fagan

Yes please Tim, publish this video. I learn something from each one.

Steve Williamson

It's a cracking painting - full of light and air. I think it would encourage people to try.

rahul raj

"The post was really helpful for me , admin. Your writing skills are very collective and also i enjoyed reading the post of yours. i will surely share this post. cheers!!

divya dawar, Artbuyer, New delhi, India


Tim Wilmot

Thanks Jerry. It's up there now

Tim Wilmot

Hopefully you picked up something from the video and an answer to your questions

Tim Wilmot

Yes done Tony

Tim Wilmot

Thanks Steve

Tim Wilmot

Thanks Rahul

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