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marek sarba



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One of my dusty paintings after visit to St. John (NF). This is "Franklin" crossing Narrows on enter to St. John passing Chain Rock.
· Date: Wed, 2 May 12 · Views: 269
· Tags: 1 · Filesize: 419.7kb · Dimensions: 800 x 614 ·
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Frank P

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Wed, 2 May 12 17:34

Very nice
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Donald E. Meek
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Fri, 4 May 12 01:20

Beautiful. Lighting is magnificent. Donald.
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beaches

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Fri, 4 May 12 07:50

It's good to see another example of your fine art work Marek, very inspiring and makes one wonder at the story behind it. Could you tell us, is your work mainly directed by the commissioner or is it as a result of your own personal interest in the subject? Also, do you use different techniques in your paintings other than finely detailed, e.g. do you do pencil sketching, watercolour etc., I'd be interested to know.
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marek sarba

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Fri, 4 May 12 19:39

hank You Gentleman Edgar, 80% of my work is on spec, and buyer is against- you have what you see. This painting i painted when i spend a week vacations in St. John NF. Narrows on entry to harbor is main influence and friendly crew of Pilot#1 give to me a ride, a dream to see Narrows from water.Connected the location to Foundation Franklin and this is result. Franklin spend a lot of time in St. John protecting fishing fleet on George's Bank or responding to situations on North Atlantic. Love oil exclusively almost but ,no painting without pencil, charcoal or ink. Watercolor (i love watercolor) just for sketches i havenít much practice, the time.When i will finish work on my studio room i will publish something how i sketch and how looks in translation to end outcom.Edgar, art is the my Send Box and i am admirer every one who working on other jobs and dreaming to do art one day.
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beaches

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Sun, 6 May 12 06:39

Thank you Marek for your very informative return message, it will be good to see your other techniques in painting in good time. Just to make you smile, having seen and admired your skies, when we see something in our sky similar, we now say " there's a Marek sky!" To be included in our sky list which also notes Stephen Card and looking back many many years, we have typical Rowland Hilder skies which show billowing clouds side lit in late afternoon sunshine.
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scorcher

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Wed, 4 July 12 14:06

Very powerful. You are a true romantic.Thanks for sharing.
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