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Wow. You've really captured the feeling of the northeast. Those old colonial buildings just make me happy.
It has to be difficult to make the switch to bone-deep cold after your tropical Bali. These charming watercolors look chilly!
I really enjoyed looking through all your beautiful paintings and sketches of Bali. You created a real flavour of the island, I hope to visit one day.
Makes me want to drive to Portland and walk the Old Port- then Whole Foods on the way home. You really capture the essence of that area.D~
Ah, it might be cold but I bet Sophie is happy. I'm very impressed you were able to keep painting all the way back. Your trip took about the same amount of time it takes to get from Australia to Italy - hideous! Lovely Portland sketches, Jennifer and I can now safely open your blog again without a toad jumping out at me. (The only creature in the whole world I'm terrified of).
Burr I can imagine the shock to the system. Lovely sketches as always - and I bet Sophie was GLAD to see you home ;-)
Beautiful neighborhood, Jennifer...but I'll bet it IS difficult getting acclimated to the weather!
Great compositions, and I love the reds against that cool blue sky!
It's bad enough dealing with the cold from one spot, let alone switching from balmy to frigid! You did a great job!
It's so interesting to me to see the difference between these paintings and your Bali ones--they're both so unique and beautiful, and these really "sing" to me, just in a different way. They are beautiful, Jennifer.
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