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Comments on 'Ice and Sky'

Please note: These comments are the personal opinons of members, and do not represent any sort of official judgement, even if they are made by people in club management.  Everyone deserves respect for their creativity; but if you find a critical comment on one of your works, please don't take it personally.  On the other hand, personal attacks are not tolerated and any comment containing them will be deleted as soon as we discover it!

PeggyBWonderful, wonderful landscape painting! I admire your skill with the acrylics! And that's how it looks in Alaska? Maybe I should visit it one time.
Amelia MargettsFeatured in LJ Community's Artwork Spotlight 4-20-2011! (And I love the look of it, since it looks a lot like spring around here right now.)
Non-Member ArtistMy god, you've done it again! This is a lovely piece of work, and it really does make me want to head up to my mountains back in BC. THis really has the feeling of that bitter cold that comes with early spring, when the ground is slowly coming free from the snow but the chill still lingers. Or perhaps fall, after the first frost is wearing off. Really, your art is perfectly understated an graceful. Very well done!
Lorna (Comtessa)This is beautiful, very soft. I think I would have liked to see more harsher shadows, but then it would have taken away from the overall feel. I adore it.
Elizabeth BarretteI like the way this picture changes. It looks kind of drab at first glance, from the thumbnail; but then you expand the picture and all the details appear. Nature is like that, especially in cold/mountainous regions. Sometimes you have to look closely to see the beauty in it.
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