Friday, July 4, 2014

imaginary flowers


Just finished up some imaginary flowers. It’s a large painting – 15 in x 11 in – so it took a bit longer to paint.


Also, this is 300 lb. paper and it takes lots of water and many layers of pigment to get the colors to pop!


Also, this is 300 lb. paper and it takes lots of water and many layers of pigment to get the colors to pop!


I’m off work today so the plan is to spend all day in the studio. Chores can wait!

Happy Independence Day to my American friends! And happy Paint Party Friday!

12 comments:

  1. its amazing the vibrancy you achieved with watercolors, its beautiful!!

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  2. well color me happy-this is fantastic Sue!!

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  3. I love your imaginary flowers. This is so beautiful!!!

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  4. Your imaginary flowers look as if they came from a children's book. Beautiful work.

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  5. Gorgeous happy piece! Love the imaginary flowers and the color!

    Hugs Giggles

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  6. Imaginary or real, I LOVE ♥♥♥ your gardens! Happy 4th to you too!

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  7. happiness, joy, summer, cheer, .... all these things come up in my head when I see this painting. Beautiful to be surrounded by that!

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  8. Wowowow I want to go to this place. I love your colorful flowers. Bright and cheery.
    Have a nice weekend
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  9. I love it! So bright and whimsical!

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  10. It's such a pleasure to see this wonderful garden with it's beautiful flowers! I wish I could go and stay there.

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  11. Wonderful collection of shapes and colors! So pretty!

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