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“Three Generations” by the realist painter Jie Wei Zhou, whose other work is well worth checking out

Thanks yet again for this one to Jerry, and for all these other treasures that I have gratefully snaffled from him over the years.



“Mouse Dreaming”, a fine watercolour by the realist painter Jacquelyn Stein, whose other work is well worth checking out

Thanks yet again for this one to Jerry, and for all these other treasures that I have gratefully snaffled from him over the years.



“The Muse” by Jose Pardo

Thanks yet again for this one to Jerry, and for all these other treasures that I have gratefully snaffled from him over the years.



“Summer Pastoral” by the British Columbia-born Canadian artist Don Li-Leger, whose other work is well worth exploring

One of many treasures to be found on the fine pages of Jerzee55sst - thanks, Jerry!



Thanks to my friend Ceara for this beauty from Rob Hefferan


If you like this...

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“Vessels” by the realist painter Patrick Nevins

Thanks yet again, Jerry!


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"The Future"


"Boatyard"


"Crossing the Medway"


"Against a Crumbling Wall"

Fine oil paintings by the Nova Scotian artist Paul Kelley, with an amazing attention to detail

(I have seen Nova Scotia many times, but only from an altitude of something like 31,000 feet... I always wondered what was down there...)



"La Tache de Safi. 2007, oil on canvas" by the Hungarian hyper-realistic artist Istvan Sandorfi, who died in 2007

Found on the wonderful pages of fourteenth





Some wonderful work by the realist artist Pat Bailey, who writes:

"A painting is a response to the experience of being alive. To me, the difference between a nonobjective abstract and a painting of known objects is the same as the difference between music without lyrics or music with lyrics. They are both inspired from emotions and a desire to communicate. They both can be wonderful and they both succeed, or not, on their merits. I've never understood any argument between the two camps. As for subjects, I paint anything that evokes an emotion, anything that speaks to me. I see sensuality in the shapes of a flower or an automobile. I see romance in a barn, a diner, a carnival, a road, or a face."

Thanks to my friend Bonnie for introducing me to this artist.