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"Miss Gumble"

by jgdavis
"Miss Gumble" as we call her, is the sweetest wee girl you could ever meet. The early morning sun was pouring into the window and I loved the way the light was shining on her, creating light on her dark hair. She is a constant inspiration to me and I paint her as often as I can.
Medium: Oil on fine linen
Size: 12" x 14"
Price: not for sale


by jgdavis on Dec 04, 2014 at 02:04 AM
Thank you ehoeveler for your comments.
by jgdavis on Dec 04, 2014 at 02:02 AM
I will never live long enough to paint all that I would like to do. Cheers Carl :)
by jgdavis on Dec 04, 2014 at 02:01 AM
Carl bless you for you amazing comments, you are a wonderful encourager to others and I really appreciate it. Thankyou. Well Carl I find it very hard to paint loose which you do so beautifuly, so let me encourage you by saying you do amazing work...you really do. I know what you mean about not living long enough to get art work done. I feel the same....my paintings take so darn long to do it can be quite off putting and I have gazillions of ideas and photo references that I have yet to paint HA!
by ehoeveler on Dec 03, 2014 at 11:15 PM
My Goodness how the sunlight dances off of her gossamer curls!
She is a study in thoughtfulness exquisitely rendered. Thank You, E
by CarlOwen on Dec 03, 2014 at 09:09 PM
Well, I am so angry I could just spit! I know I am better than most, equal to some and less than a few. It seems when I start thinking I am getting good I get reminded that I have a long way to go. Thank you master of masters. This is the quality of painting I strive for but fear I will not live that long. Anyway, as always your work has my five. I really love seeing beautiful work such as this. The only improvement to be made here is to make it in color. But you know that. Is color a barrier?
by CarlOwen on Dec 03, 2014 at 09:09 PM
P.S. The anger is directed at my own inability to recognize when I get a little bit to cocky. Please don't misinterpret it as aimed anywhere else. I simply love your work and study it.

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