Nether Edge Farmers Market
oohhh I just want to clap my hands and go to Oz! Brilliant !
So beautiful , bright colours, Victoria !make me feel sunny , happy and i feel the same when I’m seeing your beautiful paintings and colours😃❤
Thankyou so much Violet 🙂 I think I try to paint the sun we rarely see here in the UK ! Malus would be very cross here – no sunshine ! 🙂 very best, xxx
I feel happier and inspired after seeing your art. x
Thanks Marysue, glad you like it and your comment means a lot to me 🙂 x
Hmm! Your painting makes me feel sunny and chirpy just to look at it V. (It is anything but around here today). Does the weather really matter? UKers make the best of it anyway! Llamas – that’s a new one in the personality stakes. You have lit up my screen! thanks, P
Thanks P, I’ve never lit up anyones screen before ! 🙂 Well the weather kind of matters as its all outdoors, which is fine in the rain for real farmers, selling carrots etc, but for pseudo-farmers like myself, my watercolours don’t hold up to a good drenching :-)) The llamas actually made an appearance at a previous market (from local alpaca farm) and they were a sight to behold ! 🙂 hope your exhibition is going well P 🙂 V xx
no L, its a market & “Summer Fair” (its on the balloon) – a paradox (? wrong word, I’m rubbish with words, as you know) V x
I was being obtusely hilarious! “fair” as in lovely, sunny, warm…!! >:-D
ah, sorry L, your obtuseness was too sophisticated for me 🙂 xx
that’s me! tra-la!
lovely Hazel Lale http://www.hazellale.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
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Many thanks Hazel 🙂
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