Thursday, May 15, 2014

Natchez Poppies

"NATCHEZ POPPIES"

"Natchez Poppies"
6x6 unframed, oil on gessobord
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This rich, happy painting is suitable for framing or displaying on a tabletop easel.  The poppies growing along the Mississippi River were planted by a resident who loves this flowers and tending them.

9 comments:

  1. Hi Carol, I've enjoyed looking at your new pieces this morning. You paint flowers so prettily! This scene is especially inviting. Also, your glassware paintings are amazing. I think painting glass is really hard to do!

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    1. The only way I know how to paint glass is to study it ever so carefully, searching out how the light refracts and where the reflections are. It is a slow process!

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  2. Hi Lisa. I am like you: paint and paint. Learn and learn. Now I have a new lens for a camera and there's that to learn before I leave for France next month (art travels again).

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  3. just fantastic! Love the red color

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  4. I know this is all about the flowers, and they are glorious! But I keep coming back to this to stare at the water. I love your light. In the flowers, the hill beyond, the sky, the water. Everything is so alive! Love your work Carol!

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    1. What a friend you are. You never let me down. Never.

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  5. You combine energy and serenity. Poppies are a favorite of mine. I love your style.

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  6. Oh, I love the painting! Just enough details to make out the house.

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