Monday, February 15, 2010

16x20 Daisy Painting in Progress

Will re-work this after it's had a minute to dry. Every time I sat down to paint, something else needed my attention. (Ha, not complaining!) If it was smaller I might throw it on the burn pile, but at 16x20, wasting the materials and time it took to get this far is unthinkable. It's still salvage-able! Will come back around to it after a little break.

10 comments:

  1. Are you kidding?!!! I think it looks great!

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  2. Oh thanks Debbie... Really, it's a hot mess up close.

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  3. It looks good to me! I like the sense of depth you have, the colors, and the subtle design 'wallpaper' in the background.
    Joan
    p.s. I've been wondering where this painting was . . .

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  4. It looks great from over here, Diane. I'm looking forward to seeing the finish...

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  5. I like it too!
    That crate looks hard...you will pull it off I am sure!

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  6. Oh Diane, I hope you do not throw it away, it is stunning. Isn't it funny how we are all our own worst critics? this is such a lovely piece, though I like all of your florals, this is one of my favorites!

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  7. gorgeous!! Gerbera daisies are my favorite flower.

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  8. Barbara Westlake-KennyFebruary 21, 2010 at 3:53 PM

    The purple duck must stay. (There's a sentence I don't believe I'm said before.)

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  9. The little duck is begging to be finished. What a nice companion to go along with your "Saturday Circus" painting. Love the way you work the cute little creatures into them.

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