Friday, January 4, 2019

Paint Party Friday: Week 44, Year 8 Check-in

Welcome to Week 44 of Year 8 here at PPF!

This week our random number generator chose #11 - Tarang who has been painting something she doesn't know as she lives in Delhi India - Winter scenes! Something many of us know all too well! (Brrr...) She has captured the beauty of winter in three lovely paintings. Please visit her to see the others.

image courtesy of Tarang
  
As always, please make sure to use your post URL address NOT your blog home page URL address as there are many late visitors who get confused as to which post is for PPF when they arrive (after Friday) at your website. If you are unfamiliar with Mr. Linky, an explanation of how this tool works can be found on Week 1 and Week 2 posts. Hope you have a warm and creative week!

15 comments:

  1. I love your winter scene Tarang! Happy PPF and Happy New Year everyone!

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  2. It's really lovely to see Tarang's beautiful wintry scene.
    Happy PPF and lots of fun and creativity all through this brand new year :D)

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  3. Beautiful scene from Tarang. Happy PPF to all, and a happy new year. Valerie

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  4. I love this winter scene by Tarang, makes me want to walk right through it. Beautiful. Happy New Year and PPF to all.

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  5. Happy PPF and New Year to everyone xx

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  6. This is so lovely and elegant ~

    Happy PPF and New Year to all ~ ^_^

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  7. Congrats to Tarang, such a beautiful work!

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  8. Lovely path to the new year!!!

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  9. Year 8, wow! Happy 2019! Hmm, not sure my link worked. I will check back in a bit. :)

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  10. Thank you so, so much, PPF for featuring my art. It means a lot. Delhi winters are really cold but there's no snowfall, and I have never seen a snowfall. :)

    Thank you everyone for your lovely comments. I'm so glad you liked it. 🙏😊

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  11. What an interesting concept. . .gladly will go and see the paintings. Blessings, Janet

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  12. What a stunning painting! I love the idea of the trees leaning to see who may be coming through more clearly---the viewer being the one about to walk underneath.

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