Thursday, April 16, 2009

It's not like I'm not painting. 22x22 Red Tulips

Here's three 22x22 tulip paintings. They are on paper and still very wet, photos don't do justice. The top one especially is catching a lot of glare. All are sold, (woohoo!) I debated about whether or not to post these, as they are new versions of work I've posted previously--figured something was better than nothing!


  1. What a great trio!! I love the purple against the red and the reds and scarlets peeking out around the edges of the leaves and flowers.

  2. oooo....aaaaah....
    What kind of paper if I may ask oh great Flower painting Guru o' mine...

  3. Thank you Chris! Art Saving Animals: That must be crazy Sheila (: I used Winsor Newton 140lb watercolor paper with gesso on both sides and edges.

  4. Diane, your flower paintings are beautiful...they have a wonderful sensibility and composition. I like how the red underpainting shows in some of your white flower paintings.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind comments.

  5. I love that dull ochre with the red, especially in the middle painting. You manage to achieve such unity around the whole of the canvas - congrats on the triple sale (somebody knows what is good).


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