There is so much to like in this painting. I like the perspective with the house sitting on this gorgeous hill. Your colors are beautiful, very warm. I feel as though I could walk into the painting. Well done!
OOH...I like this..love the atmosphere and perspective, Edward....and good luck!
Just when I start to wonder if you still painting you post something as fabulous as this piece. I think there will be ribbons on this one!
This is amazing!WOW!It was worth the wait.What a beautiful piece Ed.Good luck, you are already a winner.
Gorgeous! Stunning job on the house and the foreground; this is definitely one of my favorites.
Oh my Edward, such beautiful, glowing colour. I really like the composition.
Love the perspective Edward nice work! Good luck)
Another stunning painting, Edward. Good luck. Faye
Very dynamic painting. It is surely a show stopper and will gain lots of attention. I love it!
Beautiful painting Edward. The perspective and colours are very eye catching. Good luck!
What a beautiful building! Love the sense of depth in this. Great job, Edward!
Strong composition and color. I was just in Napa last month for the first time. Reminded me of Tuscany. Beautiful painting.
This is excellent with the color choices and perspective it has a nice "pop" to it ,well done.
So beautiful I love that hill top feeling.
And "grape" is this painting! Warm and beautiful with lots of atmosphere! I agree with Dana and Irit - this one is a winner! Best of luck with the show!
Gorgeous, Edward, I'll bet it receives a VERY warm welcome!
Beautifully done Edward... great point of view!!
Really nice. Love the design
What a stunning painting. So warm and very beautifully painted. It is no wonder that it has sold. The composition works so well...the house isn't right up front center, but allows us to take in the whole scene and atmosphere.
This should be a shoo-in for top honors, Edward!Love the feeling you've achieved of looking up at the house. Love the blue window. Love the red tree near the focal point. Love the painting!
Well don't want to be redundant, but the choice of angle for this is great, as is the ambiance of the light.
If the judges don't give ya the honors on this, Ed, then they need a seeing eye dog. Couldn't help but think Andrew Wyeth when I first saw this.
Really nice work!
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