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    Hidden in the Woods

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    Water in all its forms is one of my favourite subjects to paint so I was delighted when a friend found this waterfall hidden in some woods not far from where I live.  I loved painting all the rushing water and made extensive use of my painting knives in the white foam.

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    Name of Artist: Deborah Tilby
    Country: Canada
    Width (inches): 20
    Height (inches): 18
    Media: Oil
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature

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