12 January 2012

Wijze oude mannen... Wise old men...



Nog een majestueuze oude beukenboom. Ze staan in het echt tegenover elkaar in dezelfde straat.
Als schilderij gaan ze ook goed samen, deze twee wijze oude mannen.

Another majestic old beech tree. In real life they stand opposite each other in the same street.
As paintings they look great together as well, these two wise old men.


27 comments:

  1. Gorgeous paintings Judy. Love the colours in the tree trunks xx

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  2. This is great Judy. Beautiful these trees and the colors.
    Marja

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  3. Wijsheid komt met de jaren. Prachtige bomen en je hebt ze super geaquarelleerd.Groetjes, Marleen.

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  4. This reminds me of Cristina's work at 'A Blob of Colour' (link on my blog roll). It's gorgeous!

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  5. Thank you Ann, Pat, Marja and Marleen, glad you like them!

    Thank you Sandra! Yes I know Cristina's trees, they are fabulous, much better than mine! She is not the only one intrigued by these giants!

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  6. Hi Judy, these trees are really beautiful, I like their shape and colors. Well done!

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  7. I like the way you paint trees Judy, softly but still strong!

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  8. Heel mooi Judy. Geweldige kleuren! Ik zal de eerste wel weer zijn, kennelijk weet de rest het wel; wat betekent IRL?:)

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  9. Thank you Tito and Jane! I love the funny shaped branches, only visible in wintertime.

    Dankjewel Renate! IRL betekent 'In Real Life' oftewel 'in het echt'. Sorry, ik snap soms ook niks van afkortingen, ik zal het veranderen.

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  10. Une autre façon de regarder les arbres, j'aime ce point de vue.

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  11. I like very much the colors you used for these trees and can see the two paintings making a beautiful pair.

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  12. Lydie, merci!

    Blaga, thank you! For some reason I cannot visit your blog and comment on your wonderful people studies. Another blogger problem, I don't know. I hope you read this.

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  13. Beautiful Judy!! I love the way you cropped the paintings and so beautifully painted!!

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  14. they must must look brilliant together judy .

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  15. Interesting that you choose to draw middle part, no roots, no crown. They look like people with arms wide spread.

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  16. Thank you John!

    Thank you Azra, welcome to my blog!

    Thank you Jane!

    Thank you Irina! These trees feel like people with characters to me.

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  17. Beide bomen zijn echt mooi. Ik vind de kleuren heel goed.

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  18. I like these wise old men!

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  19. Dankje Cora! Ik zag steeds meer kleuren in de stammen.

    Thank you Laura!

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  20. Ze zijn echt prachtig!
    Ik vind het ook mooi om te zien hoe je diepte in het geheel krijgt, door een paar takken in een vage kleur te zetten.

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  21. Ciao Judi, I like these trees, I think they suggest and can inspire the way of 2012: difficult but go to the top (obviously best)...we hope...
    You choose subjets simple, but you give them a soul.
    Ciao, Floriana

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  22. Hi Judy, the tree is wonderful especially the painting where you view the tree as if you were looking up into it... a favorite place to be!
    thanks for the jackie website i will be looking at the lost and found edges demo.. i need help!

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  23. Dankje Brigitte! Het was echt leuk om ze te schilderen.

    Thank you Floriana!

    Thanks Cathy! I hope Jackie helped, I need some help at the moment too!

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  24. These trees are wonderful, Judy! I love them!

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  25. Ik hou van deze aquarellen, Judy : )

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