February/March entries

The Winner this month is Richard J G Field self portrait – very realistic Richard.

RICHARD JG FIELD
Self-Portrait
Oil on canvas

Lots of comments this month

Votes this time are for

Watching the goldfish Rob Shuttleworth, Judith Champion Rhyne Reflections love the inkyness of this work was loved scratchy and tense. The reference to 50 shades of Paynes grey made me smile in Kens work. Wow! This month entries are amazing, so difficult to choose. Richard\’s self portrait is really powerful, not an adjective I have used too much when describing art.

Judith\’s Rhynn Reflections and Johanna\’s Willow reflections bothcapture the atmosphere of the Levels. Congratulations Millie for demonstrating that \’ART\’ has many dimensions.

Margaret\'s Portleven Storm is another powerful picture and
Herouki\'s photograph and Rob\'s oil brought me calm and peace at
the end. So who to choose? It has to be Richard Field for power, execution and
originality.

Pat Preater —Silver BoxesSome nice stuff this month.  I liked Rob Shuttleworths' beautifully executed oil painting, the precision of Maureen Carveley's still life, Anne Farmer's pattern of ripples and reflections, and the wonderful photograph o Hiroyuki Sakurai's Lake near Betws-y-Coed, but my vote goes to Pat Preater whose style I would
most like to be able to emulate, with a limited palette and confident spontaneity. 
Maureen Carveley—Still Life with Red Onion Diane Thomas  Venice  great painting
Rob Shuttleworth – Sarah watching the goldfish – A lovely oil painting reminiscent of  The Lady of Shallot by John William Waterhouse
Richard J G Field Self Portrait  I really enjoyed both portraits and actually Ken\'s is the more
reflective but I love the all-over texture of Richard\'s. I also
much admre Pat Preater\'s silver boxes.

Judith Champion Rhyne Reflections  What a telanted bunch.  I enjoyed all the entries, but for originality and atmoshpere I have voted for Judith Champion
Wow! This month

The entries are amazing, so difficult to choose. Richard\'s self portrait is really powerful, not an adjective I have
used too much when describing art.
Judith\'s Rhynn Reflections and Johanna\'s Willow reflections both
capture the atmosphere of the Levels.
Congratulations Millie for demonstrating that \'ART\' has many
dimensions.

Margaret\'s Portleven Storm is another powerful picture and
Herouki\'s photograph and Rob\'s oil brought me calm and peace at
the end.