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Season's Greetings

Midwinter, Watercolour, 25.5 x 35.5 cm

Season's Greetings
and Best Wishes
for the New Year


  1. Oh Keith that is just so beautiful. It captures everything I have been feeling since the snow started falling. Crisp, fresh, new.

  2. Yes everywhere is looking like a Christmas card at the moment. Thanks and Best Wishes to you.

  3. Good Morning Keith!... Your lovely snowscape captures the purity and the quiet which only snow can add to one's Christmas! I can't imagine celebrating Christmas anywhere where it doesn't snow! Canadian....Eh???HAHA!!

    Merry Christmas... Happy New Year... and Good Painting in 2010!

    Much Peace!

  4. Thanks Bruce and a Happy Christmas to you too.

  5. mid winter indeed keith,looks very cold...and beautiful
    best wishes for you too

  6. Good to meet you Keith, I like this captures the feeling of the weather over the last week.

    Wishing you all the very best for 2010.


  7. Yes it was nice meeting you too Jamie.

    I hope you have a good Hogmanay and best wishes for the year.

  8. a beautiful composition especially the sense of space. best wishes r.

  9. Thanks Rahina and best wishes to you too.

  10. Nice one Keith! I love those grays mixed in with that bit of yellow in the sky. Happy New Year

  11. Thanks Jared. Best wishes for the year to you too.


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