Review of Watercolors by Jim Oberst
Page reviewed 2013-09-15
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Top 5 Posts by Watercolors by Jim Oberst
|2013-07-09||My son David and daughter-in-law Sara recently bought a small farm near...||196||24||2|
|2013-06-28||And here is my attempt. Everyone in the class has improved over the last...||141||20||1|
|2013-08-10||Just sold this painting of Pemaquid Point Light from the Brush Strokes...||122||12||2|
|2013-07-03||Here's Joseph's class. Joseph is the one in the middle, with th...||108||18||1|
|2013-08-09||Weekly watercolor #185: New England Barn, a 7.5x11" watercolor pain...||84||9||2|
Unanswered Posts by Others - Watercolors by Jim Oberst
|2013-07-09||Thanks Jim, for the postings and comments on Z's class.we enjoyed meeting you. Joe and Pen||0|
|2013-06-28||Thanks for keeping us posted on your fab workshop with Joseph Zbukvic. I look forward to the...||0|
|2013-04-21||Lovelty stuff, Jim. Thank you for sharing them||0|
|2012-09-26||Your work is breathtaking.||1|
|2012-09-03||I love paintings of old barns and this one is especially appealing!||0|