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Warwicks Watercolour

This is my husbands painting of Piha beach. On the left is “Lion Rock”

Warwick paints historical Northland of New Zealand. We have a very large range of shades of green foliage. In fact it’s unique not found in many parts of the world.

A lot of people think that paintings should look like a photograph. How ever we don’t see like a camera does, we take in one of two points for recognition. The strength of the artist is observation by sight and by a sense of presence. You put in the vibes you feel.

Warwick has the Wairoa or Spirit of the forrest. In the New Zealand rainforest you can feel the plants and the trees growing and feel the sense of it all.

What do you think?

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  1. Awesome watercolor painting. That is one medium I never tried… What you say about camera pictures and paintings is absolutely true. After, were there cameras in DaVinci’s or Monet’s or Renoir’s time… They painted and sculpted what they saw with great precision and emotions.

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