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At 3:35pm on December 5, 2017, P.J Fields said…

Not a problem John.Love your work!

At 12:56pm on December 4, 2017, Laura Michaelidou said…

Thanks for your lovely comments on my work. You have seen them all before on Orange. These are my favourites and they bring back some good memories for me. Still suffering with my health. That's why I have not done much this year. Too busy going in and out of hospital ! Great to hear from you. Speak again soon. Love Sis xxx

At 9:55am on December 4, 2017, P.J Fields said…

Thanks for the like and comment on Purple Mountain John.Much appreciated.  P.J.

At 6:52am on December 4, 2017, Paul Dodd said…

It's the ones that have those large holes in their lips or cheeks that I don't understand especially if they go to a bar for a drink. to me it's a waste of good alcohol if it all pours out of the holes. Perhaps they carry around a load of corks in their pockets  for those occasions ... life would be boring if we were all the same I surpose

At 6:04am on December 4, 2017, R L Oliver said…

Thanks for liking my work called Crawling Ashore.  I enjoyed doing it and glad to see it´s liked!

At 5:31am on December 4, 2017, Ioannis Macheriotis said…

Thank you so much my friend for the lovely comments on D. Dreaming 17. Always appreciated.

At 5:07am on December 4, 2017, Mairi McLeod said…

Thanks John for your comment!

At 2:57pm on November 23, 2017, Paul Dodd said…

thanks john those dogs are certainly made for the cold , there are a lot of people buying them over here and I'm not sure if that's right considering how warm it can get.

my woody  loved rolling about in the frost and snow he'd make his version of snow Angel a terrier cross and weighed about 40lb. he was a short haired dog with no thick undercoat. he just loved the cold   where one of the fields flooded with about 6 inches of water he lived breaking through the ice and splashi g about in the water

At 11:13am on November 23, 2017, R L Oliver said…

Thanks John for the compliment on my cats in the tree.  Actually, I thought it was one of my sorriest works.  Good to know you don´t agree :)

At 9:20pm on November 21, 2017, P.J Fields said…

Thanks for the like and comment on Silence#2 John.I feel lucky to live on Van.Isle.with so much rain forest to walk my dog in each day.Great inspiration for painting also. Take care,P.J.

At 8:38pm on November 21, 2017, Mary Rogers said…

Hello John, many thanks my friend for your wonderful comment on my lion pastel and the like too. I had a lot of fun drawing him. I appreciate it always.

At 10:00am on November 21, 2017, P.J Fields said…

LOL Ah yes good old Hamilton!You have a good one also John. P.J.

At 2:51am on November 21, 2017, Ioannis Macheriotis said…

Thank you so much dear friend for your always wonderful comments. Really appreciated.

At 5:18pm on November 20, 2017, R L Oliver said…

Thanks John for the encouraging comments!  Your portrait works are simply top notch!  Ultra realistic in style, which is something I envy.   And it looks like you use a variety of media?  I figure dry brush oil is a mainstay, right?

At 1:45pm on November 20, 2017, P.J Fields said…

Your welcome John love all your artwork! Moved out to beautiful Vancouver Island in 2005,but spent most of my life in the Hammer and area.Still a Ti-Cat and long suffering Leafs fan.   Take care, P.J.

At 8:12am on November 20, 2017, Harry13 said…

I will leave the running to you MATE. I'll be at the bar waiting for you (:-)  You to have a good week. Cheers. H

At 6:08am on November 19, 2017, Mary Rogers said…

Hi John, thank you my friend for your beautiful comment on my eagle pastel. I appreciate it so much!

At 5:28am on November 19, 2017, Pamela Meredith said…

thank you John for your comment on the lagoon much appreciated

At 2:14pm on November 17, 2017, Paul Dodd said…
thanks john this is roughly based on the local area . the tide drops between 15 and 18 feet and goes out from 1 to 2 miles and comes in at 5 mph, that is ok on dry land but crossing sticky mud and deeper channels where the tide comes behind you is a different matter .on a day when the wind was up the tide can come in earlier and faster I was make my way back up To my chests in water were it caught us out.
At 9:25am on November 16, 2017, P.J Fields said…

Thanks for the like and comment on Last Parking Space John.Always appreciated!

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