One persons attempt to become a good artist painting in watercolour, experiences along the way and discussion of all things connected with it.
With regret we need to advise all followers of this blog that there will be no further updates since the recent death of Peter Ward.
We thank you all for your interest, and wish you all happy painting.
This blog will shortly be closed.
My sincere condolences to Peter's family and friends. I have enjoyed Peter's blog postings for years. His posts of other artists' works and his own were inspiring and enlightening. He helped me to grow as a watercolor artist. It was a highlight of my day to find a post from Peter in my blog feed. I will miss him.
My sincere condolences-will miss the blog updates. Hope you leave it up
Sorry to read of this. My condolences to his friends and family. I've been stopping by this blog for much of the time Peter had it up and will miss him.
Thank you for communicating this information. My sincerest condolences. I'd always find Pete's posts through searches and loved his swatch comparisons as well as his portrait pieces. Loved everything he put on this blog. I feel like I've only recently started on my watercolour journey and hope to continue it as long as Peter has as he has been a great inspiration. He will be dearly missed. -Vee (from Bangkok, Thailand)
My sincere condolences to Peter's family and friends. I have been in contact with Peter for years via facebook and e-mail. I will miss him. Hopefully the blog will remain open there are many interesting articles on it
Oh I am so, so, sorry. My sincere condolences to his family. I have followed Peter's blog since I started painting and always enjoyed and looked forward to his posts. He never shied away from the difficulties in painting and I really valued his insights and his work. Even though we never met in person I will miss him very much.
My condolences to his family - his blog will be missed.Alan Dakin
Sincere condolences to Peter's family. Its been an inspiration reading the blog and how Peter improves on his painting journey. I hope the blog remains open as part of his legacy to this world.Mohammad HarrisQatar
Sorry to hear sad news , he will be missed.
Such sad news, I have always enjoyed Peter's blog posts. My condolences to his family.
Discovering this blog was a real joy and it is with sorrow that I have discovered the reason why there will be no more of these beautiful pages of lovely paintings. With thanks and condolences to his family.
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