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The topic is sailing related Art feel free to submit yours.........,




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I don't know much about art, but I know what I like.
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I already like where this thread is going!

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And then there is Jim deWitt:


And the work of Joe Richards, of Princess Fame:




See Joe Richards Princess, Friendship Sloops, Nautical Art St Petersburg Florida

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My thread was dead in the water for a bit there, thanks for contributing!
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I have always liked Edward Hopper's 'Ground Swell'. This picture, unlike so many marine paintings, shows that Hopper really understood how wind and water behave.

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I enjoy doing water color and sometimes will bring my water color set along when I am cruising by myself. Here are two of my dabblings, 'Reaching home' and 'The Conch Sloop':
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Boating Art Thread-shields.jpg


Shields class half model. The boat is floating art.

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