Cambodia - July 2016




William Beebe
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8" x 10" Pastels
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Christina Hermann
"Crab Market, Cambodia"
Ink, water colors, colored pencils
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 Sylvia J Larsen
5x7 watercolor
du boat

 Carol Nuernberger
9X12 acrylic on canvas
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 Cindy Pickup
Morning Business
Oil, 16 x 12
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 Suzanne Queen
Cambodian Fishermen
6 in x 7 in, Watercolor and Ink
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 Sherry Schmidt
Gouache
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Sherry Schmidt
Watercolor
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 Charlie Abrahamson
"Ankor Wat Temple"
9"x12" acrylic
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 Charlie Abrahamson
"Phnom Kulen National Park"
9"/12" mixed media
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 Anthony Billings
Angkor Wat Sunrise
watercolor, 11"x15"
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 Lavina Blossom
"Lunch Time in Cambodia"
acrylic
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 Bill Collie
Pencil and Watercolour 24 x15cm
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 Sketch Gurl
Watercolor
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E J Mordasky
Ta Prohm Temple Door
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Patricia Musgrave
The Perfect Day
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 Al Woodford
Phnom Penh
6 x 7 inches, watercolor
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Ysabi
aquarelle 17/26cm
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Evangeline Adams
Farm tree
8x8 in., mixed media

 Evangeline Adams
Emerald jungle
9x12 in., watercolor
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 Evangeline Adams
"Simple city tree"
9x12
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 Derly Castro do Amaral
Cambodia Adventist Mission
Mixes media
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 Randall Bohn
Temple in Ratanakiri
Watercolor
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 Nicola Dalbenzio
Cambodia Oxen 1
Watercolor 9x12
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 Rick Eakins
"Cart Woman"
8" x 10" (Oil on Canvas Board)
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 Stanley Epperson
Cambodian Tourist
Acrylic 7.5 in.
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 Celene Farris
Krong Pailin, Cambodia
8x10, oil
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 Celene Farris
Krong Pailin, Cambodia
9x12 oil
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 Mico
"Bougainvilliers"
watercolor, 24cm x 32cm
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 E J Mordasky
Cambodian Clothesline and Curry
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 Andreas Schweizer
Cambodia
(On the field)
4 x 10 in., Wax Crayons
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 Andreas Schweizer
Cambodia
(At the river)
4 x 10 in., Wax Crayons
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Andreas Schweizer
Cambodia
(The Balance)
6.5 x 6.5 in., Wax Crayons
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 Earl M Boyer
Fishing’ anyone, Cambodia
color pencil on 8 ½”x11” texture grey paper
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Nicola Dalbenzio
Cambodia sketch 1
Watercolor, 9x12
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  Sue Field
Royal Palace Gardens, Cambodia
Pastel
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 Jean Michel Gruet
Aquarelle 36x48 200 gr.

 Lavanya Mugundhan
Chambak Waterfall
Pastel, 9” x11”, paper
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 Janell Nishida
"In the Reeds"
8.5x10.5 watercolor
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 Darlene Pucillo
3 Men on a Bench, Cambodia
oil painting 8x10"
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Jennifer Rose
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 Barbara Bacci
Kouk Nokor Temple
Drawing pens and watercolour
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 Anthony Billings
Bayon Temple
watercolor, 9"x12"
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 Charlene Brown 
Angkor Wat
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 Teri Ann LaBuwi
“Bullieve!”
Acrylic on canvas
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 Julie Manning
Ink and watercolour

Julie Manning
Ink and watercolour

 Julie Manning
Ink and watercolour
Wat Nokor Temple

 E J Mordasky
Cambodian Sketchbook Temple Assemblage
Watercolor and Ink
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Paul Thompson
Royal University of Phnom Penh
acrylic on 11 x 14 inch canvas
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Foot Bridge
18" x 24", oil



Our July Paint Out is
Cambodia
Open for participation from July 1 thru July 31





You'll find an interactive map of Cambodia above, though you can't access the little yellow pegman from that map. Use the link on the upper left of, or below, the map, "View Larger Map", and the map will appear on your monitor; drag the little Yellow Man onto the map, let go while he's over a blue area, and start exploring. Find an interesting subject/area. Change it all you want. Or paint it straight up as you see it. Instructions are in the sidebar to the right. Any questions, ask 'em in the comments or email me directly.

This month we travel to the country of Cambodia. This location has something for everybody. Urban, rural, and the most amazing ancient temple sites you'll find anywhere. I think you will thoroughly enjoy this month's destination.

IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING...

It is necessary to stress the importance of a couple of rules. One is the image size issue. It states in the rules in the right sidebar on this blog that the image has to be at a resolution of 72 and no larger than 1000 pixels on the widest side. Submissions not following the rules will not be posted.
IGNORE THE BLUE DOTS! Google has added every user submitted photograph to the maps in the form of blue dots. Make sure your reference comes from the actual Street View application and not a photograph. Thanks.

Also, each artist must include the URL of the location that the artwork is based upon. To find the URL is easy. In the maps mode, while looking at your scene you have chosen, click the "LINK" button at the top LEFT of the screen, check the "Short URL" button. With that link highlighted simply copy it and paste into your email with your submission. (How do you not lose your location? Click "SEND" with your view up and email it to yourself.) Remember, these buttons are found at the top left of the ma

If you want a link to your reference included with your information please make sure you include the SHORT URL for the reference with your submissionUsing the new Google Map to get a short link to your location in Street View, you need to do the following...

While in Street View, click on the three dots in the box that shows the location name. In the pop out box then click "Share or Embed Image". Click on that and in the box that pops up, make sure the "Share Link" tab is active, then simply check the box for "Short URL". Copy that link and paste it in the body of your email submission (and send to yourself so you don't lose your location.)



Below is another option for getting a short URL. If you use Google Chrome browser, install the short URL app. Makes it really easy to grab a short URL from any page you are on.



So there you go. Should be extremely easy. If your submission doesn't show up on the blog, please check the list near the top in the sidebar entitled, "Don't see your submission? This could be the reason..." Thanks.

Thanks again to Google, as they have given their permission for artists to use Street View as a reference for paintings that can then be sold without fear of copyright infringement.

And thank you, artists, for participating.

Remember, participation is open to all levels of artistic ability.

NOW LET'S HAVE SOME FUN!
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