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Christmas Greetings

"Snow at Brawlbin" - watercolour - 25 x 36 cm

Happy Christmas


Bruce Sherman said…
Happy Christmas back to you and your family Keith!

Look forward to new conversations and sharings in the New Year. It is always a pleasure to see your new work and to hear of your Scottish lore.. blended skillfully with your beautifully painted panoramic landscapes!

Good Painting!
Warmest regards,
Bruce, Deb and family
Such a lovely mood !!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

best regards
Keith Tilley said…
I always enjoy hearing about life in the Thousand Islands, Bruce, so I'm looking forward to what you have to offer for 2015.

I hope you and Deb have a good holiday with the family.

All the best,
Keith and Elaine
Keith Tilley said…
Thank you Isabella. Happy Christmas and a Good New Year.
Diane said…
A beautiful painting, Keith; your work is always inspiring. Thank you for your kind wishes and the same to you.
We had a hard frost on Christmas day which made the day feel festive yet no snow here as yet. We went to Aviemore yesterday for Richard hubby's birthday and saw some snow on the high mountains yet there was none in Aviemore or indeed loch morlich. Some fabulous skies for painting. Lovely watercolour painting very festive!
Keith Tilley said…
Hi Caroline, there's no snow here either at the moment, but we had the hard frost; it's been difficult to get out at times because of the icy conditions.

Happy New Year.
Barbra Joan said…
Thank you Keith for your New Years greetings. I wish the same for you .
I hope this is YOUR year to become famous ... !!!
Hey ! it could happen !!!
Barbra Joan
Keith Tilley said…
Thank you Barbra Joan, who knows!

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