Sunday, January 23, 2011

Bouquet 24 floral still life ranunculus painting

Bouquet 24  Oil on wood  8" x 8"  SOLD
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If you are reading this entry on my blog, you might notice I added a menu bar across the top.  The new Blogspot page feature is a great way to add static information.  Although, exactly what information to offer is still being considered. For instance my "exhibit history" might be of interest to other artists, but I suspect the average visitor probably doesn't much care about that... Yep, we're a work in progress here.


  1. Was it difficult to add the static pages? Where did you get your info to do that? I have been thinking of it for awhile, but just don't know how. Love the new look to your blog - very pro!

  2. Diane, First, the floral painting is wonderful. Your flowers are just so beautiful- all types! You can paint any of them and well:)
    Interesting about the blogs- I really like yours. Very fresh and easy to navigate. I like the menu bar across the top. I will have to check into that. Good job!

  3. Another beauty. I love the way you mix your colors, I like the reds and greens and then the different blues and they all go beautifully together.
    I think buyers would be interested in exhibit history. I guess I hope they would be. :)

  4. Hi Diane,
    I love your painting today! In fact, I like it so much that I chose it as my favorite daily painting! I hope you'll check out my blog,
    Thanks! Rosa

  5. Diane, I love ranaculas and you have portrayed them beautifully. I enjoy the colors in this and softness of your edges. Very nice work.

  6. Nicely done, Diane! Both the painting and the updated blog. The blue fabric was a perfect cool addition to the composition. The menu bar is great and really makes your blog much more informative which I'm sure will benefit both you and all of us who love your work!

  7. Thanks all! Pattie, adding the upper menu choices was not hard at all. The blogspot help section is awesome.

  8. Thanks Diane, I will give it a shot!


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