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posted by william wray at 3:35 PM
Congratulations! Stellar piece of work, Bill.The way you use warms and cools to play off each other is always impressive. Your pieces of the last several months are really lively and appealing.
This is also a very strong piece. (I will have to go look at the others now.)
The minute I saw it pop on the screen I was blown away! This painting is so inspiring, congrats!
I'm not surprised! You are quickly becoming one of my favorite painters. Congrats
Congratulations William!Great work, I like the different structures and how you used the light in the painting. But you've got lots of very good paintings. :-)
This an awesome piece William, well deserved. I love the way you get the impression of structure across with limited strokes.
This one is hot! Love the atmosphere.
William, this one is nice, atmosphere is amazing, great color and depth in the darks. Saw it come up in the entries late in the month (along with some other great pcs.) and knew it was going to be a tough competition!Congrats!
Congratulations Bill, this is a seriously impressive painting with lots of oomph!!
Dear Bill, Congratulations!! Tens of thousands of congrats!! Sure, you deserve it and the very good work. Best regards, Sadami
My first time to visit your blog and am just blown away! Congrats- well deserved! Great work!
Well deserved - strong painting in all aspects.. Rex good!
Congratulations William, much deserved..the winning combination of very strong abstract design elements, vibrant brushstrokes, and nearly florescent colors amp up your usual unique visual voice to it's highest level yet...TRULY an exultant "Dirty Beauty"!
When I saw this one the first thing that came to mind was a noisy atmosphere, metal clanging etc. The glowing orange of the sky makes it incredible looking. Congratulations on getting 2nd.~Kirby
Hey, BIB BLOWN BABY collected in book form at last:http://archives.tcj.com/messboard/viewtopic.php?t=7980
Nice job Bill! Congrats.
Congratulations, What a beautiful painting. Great color!
Congratulations William, you are a worthy winner.
It's a stunning piece, I'm not surprised it placed. Fantastic light!
Congratulations William.and also for the BBB tpb pub (saw on amazon).
Talking about you and marvelling at your painting up here in Cumberland a week or two ago with some people including late Neil Boyle's wife Betty who now lives in our village; your name came up because someone we all know went down for workshops with Jennifer McChristian and topic of California painters came up. So, just had a great visit looking at your new work, after avoiding/ignoring computer for the summer. Congrats on the award, and the new work; stunning.
I'm slammed right now but needless to say I'm grateful to you all for writing.
I keep thinking each of your newest is my favorite.I'm glad the judge agreed.Congratulations!
I love this painting; it has great values and back lighting. Looked at Judge Stewart's site and my conclusion is that you guys could be brothers. (His half of the room would have been clean!)
I didn't know you were in the CAC annual show at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, but when I saw this piece from across the room, I knew it couldn't be anybody but you! Congrats, Bill!
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