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Edo Hannema Edo Hannema wrote on 6 November 2014 at 14:37
Dankjewel Adrie, ja dat is waar ook! de WS aan de kade! Groetjes Edo
Adrie Hoekstra Adrie Hoekstra wrote on 6 November 2014 at 14:32
Hallo Edo, wat een prachtige aquarellen maak jij toch, het is echt een feestje om hier rond te kunnen snuffelen tussen al jou mooie werk. Nog steeds blij dat ik jou heb leren kennen door een workshop die nooit is door gegaan ;D het lijkt wel Abracadabra ๐Ÿ˜€ Vriendelijke groetjes A3
Edo Hannema Edo Hannema wrote on 19 October 2014 at 19:49
Hi Daniel, well its the older Arches, from 15 years back or more. It was a smelly, and it belonged with Arches I think! That`s why I miss it stil! And the viewer was on the same distance as me at the time! So obvious he must have smell the paper too! Its just that when you paint in open air, always people passing by and want to talk when you do a wash and can`t stop! Regards Edo
Daniel Novotny Daniel Novotny wrote on 19 October 2014 at 17:53
Hi Edo, what an experience! I like the smell of Arches but obviously I never had one that smelled like what you're describing! If it smelled so heavily outside in the open air that the passer-by ran away it must have been terrible! - Daniel
Edo Edo wrote on 16 August 2014 at 20:23
Ja ik denk dat je gelijk hebt, alhoewel het ligt er aan hoe groot de aquarel is, als het hier een heel vel betreft, valt het misschien nog mee met de details, is het een kwart vel, is het behoorlijk vol!
Rene Fijten Rene Fijten wrote on 16 August 2014 at 15:21
Prachtig artikel, wat een mooie aquarellen. Ik ben jaloers. Bij de laatste vond ik dat hij iets teveel details (bijv. de lamp)toevoegde, meer mysterie was voor mijn gevoel beter geweest.
Betty Pieper Betty Pieper wrote on 16 February 2014 at 04:26
Hello, Long ago (2 years) I commented here and now I just come back, Edo. Thank you for looking at my one website and your nice remark. And thank you for sending me the link to the beautiful cat by the 85 year old artist. I am now 75 and hope to paint so well or at least so long! Betty Pieper (Elzbieta Zemaitis)
Dom Cuskin Dom Cuskin wrote on 14 February 2014 at 19:33
Dear Edo I look forward to receiving your emails and enjoy looking at your work in particular your header watercolour the flat land and river it so reminds me of your beautiful country which My wife and I have spent many happy days cycling through. This year we will be cycling from Leeuwarden and taking the ferry to Vlieland and Terschelling. I hope to do some sketching when we are there. Keep on painting and best wishes. Dom
Edo Hannema Edo Hannema wrote on 18 September 2013 at 07:28
Thank you Solveig, Thomas is always a good friend to me from the first time we talked on Facebook. I wrote a article about his art in a Dutch artmagazine. And he did send me a mass of pictures and text were I could work from. It is nice you found the norwegian translation, I hope it were a bit understandable, cause the translators are not always precise! I am now in Denmark on visit by Mai-Britt, she owns a Painting school, on the isle of Tasinge. She admired my art, and I admired hers, so I have a short holiday with my wife in Denmark. Thanks for your nice words Regards Edo
Solveig Rimstad Solveig Rimstad wrote on 16 September 2013 at 07:26
Hi Edo, the translaton even vorked in Norwegian. I was lucky enough to take one of his workshops in France last year, and I learned a lot,...it was easy to follow his class and to understand what he ment,....but you know it is difficult to make a old dog like me to sit, ( something we use to say here. ) A very good teacher, that I would love to paint with again. So great to see hove you get into his painting and explain it so well,...like the good painter you are to. A great waik up for me this rainy morning.
Zoe Evamy Zoe Evamy wrote on 16 September 2013 at 06:43
Hi Edo and Tom, Thanks to both of you for guiding me to this Blog - I found it through Tom's post on Facebook. It's such a treat to see a watercolourist's process - it's great to see the sketch and the tonal print. I so appreciate Tom's poetic balance of expressive painting and architectural detail! I look forward to following more of your Blogs Edo -
Edo Hannema Edo Hannema wrote on 15 September 2013 at 19:33
Hello Norman, There is a translation button on the right side! It says translate it in your own language! Or follow this link. http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.edohannema.nl%2Fwordpress%2F&sl=nl&tl=en&hl=en&ie=UTF-8 Regards Edo
Norman Norman wrote on 15 September 2013 at 18:51
Please, can anyone translate it in English ???? Or even in Spanish.... Im really interested. Thanks in advance! Norman Vila Porunpincel.blogspot.com
Edo Edo wrote on 15 September 2013 at 16:42
Thanks Tom, you are a good friend! I appreciate your reply on my blog. You make such wonderful art, I am really proud to post this on here! Best regards Edo
Thomas W Schaller Thomas W Schaller wrote on 15 September 2013 at 15:50
Dear Edo, Thank you SO much. It is very generous for you to share this painting process. But also so good that you clearly understand it so well. It is as if you were right here with me while I painted!! This makes me very happy! I also like the addition of the black and white copy. This is something I often do - and ask my classes to do - photograph your work and then look at it without color - values only. If the values don't work well - no color can save it. So I appreciate it. You're a good friend Edo -hope one day we can paint together one day! Tom.
jordi pons casals jordi pons casals wrote on 31 July 2013 at 18:35
Sorri perdon como puedo conseguir el los libros book s de P.jamison gracias saludos http://jordiponsacuareles.blogspot.com.es/
rene fijten rene fijten wrote on 21 February 2013 at 21:01
Mooi filmpje. Wat een vrijheid neemt die man. Prachtig.
Edo Edo wrote on 27 January 2013 at 21:10
Ha Renรฉ, ja was leuk hoor, maar nu die af is zie ik nog wel ruimte voor verbetering. Meestal zijn de schetsen beter, maar dat kan ik nu niet zeggen! Wel waren bij de mede cursisten erg goede schetsen te zien!
rene fijten rene fijten wrote on 27 January 2013 at 20:33
Mooi man. Ook de worsteling tot het resultaat, wat herkenbaar.
Edo Edo wrote on 27 January 2013 at 18:14
Ha Jack, nou het valt wel mee hoor, Kees deed hem nogal geabstraheerd voor, maar hij zegt ook, je moet je eigen stijl volgen! Op mijn sits staat rechts ook een link naar de fotos van de workshops die ik bij Kees heb gevolgd. Bij de laatste staat de workshop van gisteren. Ik hoop ook dat ik deze kan evenaren, of overtreffen? Groet Edo