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Moments in Time

or the past 20 years, artist Philip Smallwood has built a successful career as a watercolorist focusing primarily on realistic narratives, as well as landscapes and still lifes. His work is an honest portray of the world, derived from reality as well as from his imagination and experiences. The scenes are not limited to one place, but often reflect slices of life that are moments relatable to everyone.

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