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Another Quick Note on Stan Fellows

April 27, 2009

My friend Terry Garrett wrote to me today to talk about the book I mentioned yesterday—The Cuckoo's Haiku. Well he actually had gone to Stan Fellows' blog! I'm sure many other readers here did so also, but if you didn't, well I'm sorry I didn't put a link to his blog site (just one to the book). And here it is now: Stan Fellows.

You should go over there and check it out because he has lots of lovely watercolors. (I'm glad I got the book because I can hold the paintings in my hand, but his site has all sorts of subject matter.) His April 23, 2009 post has a wonderful fishermen on a lake scene where Fellows has done something wonderful with the clouds. And other delightful offerings, many of which are for sale.

Also, something fun—after Terry wrote to me I simply opened my browser and typed in Stanfellows and not Blogspot. Well that gets you to a photo of the artist doing a plein air painting, and that's fun to see too.

Anyway, thanks go to Terry for reminding me to use the internet a bit more!

    • Patricia
    • April 27, 2009
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    Thanks for this Roz. This is marvelous work. Those watercolor olives in a bowl are worth the price of admission all by themselves! I’ve just added his Sketchbook to my Google Reader —

    • Donna
    • April 27, 2009
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    Wow Roz, thanks for this info on him–fab watercolors. As I was looking at his sketchbook, I am thinking–the man has been trained by Charles Reid, (which I am studying right now) and sure enough he talks about Charles Reid. Amazing timing for me–thanks so much!

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    Blogs are good for every one where we get lots of information for any topics nice job keep it up !!!

    • Roz
    • April 28, 2009
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    Donna, Yep, there is that Charles Reid link in his work. But what I think is so truly wonderful and expressive of his talent is how he may have learned from Reid but has his own voice. It is great to see. We can all of us learn from his learning!

    • Roz
    • April 28, 2009
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    Thanks John, I’ll keep plugging away.

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