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Oil Abstract Painting - Crossing Lac Seul by Dawn Vagts

Crossing Lac Seul is a painting by Dawn Vagts which was uploaded on February 13th, 2013.

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Breathtaking !!!

Dawn Vagts replied:

Many thanks Aleksandar! One of my favorites! I was looking through your portfolio....Wow! Such variety! You have a great eye, well eyes, I'm sure you have two of them!

beautiful and very soothing.

Dawn Vagts replied:

Thanks Shane! Absolutely love your photography. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

Love the color

Dawn Vagts replied:

thanks a lot ! ........great work of yours too! fun to look thru your portfolio.

Love the simplicity and deliberate brush strokes. Very peaceful. Beautiful work!

Dawn Vagts replied:

thanks for commenting on this piece Rebecca...i really love your oils as well...very striking work.

when I saw this I had to look closer...it is a beautiful piece....well done!

Dawn Vagts replied:

thanks for looking closer Wendy !

Outstanding work Dawn. Love your brush. V/F

Dawn Vagts replied:

thank you kindly Bob.

Beautiful work!

Dawn Vagts replied:

thank you so much Yufeng. your Chinese brush paintings are Beautiful !! they definitely convey peace and harmony and a great appreciation of nature. beautiful "feel" to all of your paintings...

Fantastic brushwork, confident yet soothing. Nice use of the hues of blues. Looking good, Dawn.

Dawn Vagts replied:

thanks a lot Olaf ! you have a fun portfolio online here.. thanks for your comment on my Art !

Good to see another piece appear! Great movement and color! Want to see more.

Dawn Vagts replied:

thank you so much Ursula! i appreciate you checking back in with my work...just been busy and haven't had the chance to get more posted... but i really appreciate the encouragement!!

I like very much the levels presented and the mild colors that send the message of serenity =i

Colors are almost loose and impressionistic, but each brushstroke seems to have meaning. Such incredible abstraction and brushwork in the sky.

"Ohhh" . . that is actually what when I clicked on this I said, softly and slowy . . .ohhhh . . .beautiful and matsterful

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