"Art washes away from the Soul the dust of Everyday Life" -Pablo Picasso
I agree, weekends are too short! Where does one go to protest about this? LOL!!! I love the two versions of this drawing. Was it inspired by a Passion flower??
Good call on that Bonny...wish I could say it was! LOL :)Actually, it just "grew" from my imagination...paint first, then ink as the final layer...:)
Gorgeous - I love the colours in your work lately!! The watercolour fairy must be sitting on your shoulder!!!!! (Does she have a relative that can come and sit on mine???...)
I think it interesting to know that the color came before the ink. I like to hear how paintings and drawings evolve. Gorgeous colors.
Oooh Margaret, this looks like a luxurious cushion design, all fluffy and comfy..Beautiful work!
you are truly spring flinging here, what pure joy. and see my blog for a new award for you 'sister'.
Ooooo, this one just jumps right out at you from the page :) Beautiful and very very spring-like.
You made this up??? it's amazing! I never get tired of your wonderful creations ;)
Love the colors and the day/night effect, too. When I was a child, a neighbor had a fence covered with flowers that looked like this a little. I think it was called a passion flower.It would make a lovely pillow, as Anita said!
I love all the colors. So rich. I am especialy drawn to the rich purply one with green in the middle. Nice work.
A perfect free mandala!Just gorgeous!I agree with Lolo!
Both are beauteous! Love the inversion one. The colors are always such a pleasant surprise.I bet you did while sitting by the road waiting for us to go by. lol
I love the softness and the muted, flowing colors of the flower and leaves. I would love to actually watch you create one of these beautiful pieces.
wow! These are just gorgeous. and he had that right about the weekend...
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