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I knew that this bouquet of spring flowers was too gorgeous not to paint. They have been on my kitchen table, calling to me, for a few days. It was not until I read a post from a very talented … Continue reading
Still working on Lilies. Lots of layering of soft undertones and deeper color for contour and shading.
The moment I walked into my painting class yesterday I got nervous. I could smell the fragrance of the lilacs. I love lilacs but they sometimes cause me to have a sneezing fit which can be really embarrassing. Fortunately, yesterday … Continue reading
I have not been present on WordPress for awhile. A construction project on the Cape has scooped up all of my time and energy. I miss my WordPress friends and I really miss my daily painting a lot. But, all … Continue reading
I am continuing to work on the shadows, the window area, and the greenery in the containers. Maybe by the time I finish Spring will appear. But, not today – its 18 degrees here in Boston. Thankfully, there is just … Continue reading