I don't know if its the new size, the decision to go with coordinating color for home interiors, but I'm really liking these. A lot more 'heft' or something. I like how you're showing more of the broken color in the background too.
This is gorgeous, I love how the flowers play off the surface of that vase, it's very exciting to look at.I like the bigger size too.I am impressed with your wellspring of ideas! You've got a lot of energy, which of course is one of the reasons you're so successful. The main reason being that you have so much talent!Joan
Ι love your paintings very much, they are so fresh with excellent color harmonies!
Congratulations for your year of blogging! I have found the same benefits and joys from it and am constantly inspired by other's work such as yours. What a great idea to tailor your work to home decorating for your paintings fit the bill! I absolutely love the warm pinks in this tulip painting. Beautiful all over palette. I agree about the smooth board, just love it! I've gone to using Ampersand Gessoboard which is already primed and give it another coat of gesso. It has a little more tooth than plain masonite. I just got tired of asking my hubby to cut all those boards! LOL I'll be back, love your paintings!
Really love this one.
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