Friday, March 12, 2010

Pink Tulips, 11x14, Acrylic

Yesterday a dear friend visited my studio and brought these gorgeous pink tulips, which I totally HAD to paint today!  I am really thinking 'Spring'!  Of course it will be cold and raw all weekend, but we've had a gorgeous week to carry us!  I think it's challenging (don't you love that word?) to paint glass with acrylic.  I wonder what the deal is with that?  Anyway, there are layers and layers on this painting, lots of glazing.
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10 comments:

  1. I need to paint flowers. That's one area I need to work on. I love the graceful bow a tulip has. Hey Kelley, GREAT JOB on that coffee and jelly donut. Scrumptious looking.

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  2. What a lovely taste of spring! I think glass is hard in any medium.

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  3. wow! The yellow green and pink is just perfect to show off these tulips.
    Miss YOU!!

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  4. Beautiful job with this, Kelley. Great color choices.

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  5. My first thought was that you really made some excellent color choices here - this is beautifully painted!

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  6. So beautiful! Great job on the vase and water too. Wish Spring would finally come to Dallas. In the meantime I'll just enjoy your tulips.

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  7. The tulips are lovely - I like the way the are arranged w/the two bending ones on the left -

    Glass is one of the scary things to paint - but you made good observations, it looks convincing. I wonder if one keeps painting glass if it eventually gets easier?

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  8. Gorgeous! I beautiful sample of Spring! It's so miserable out today, this really brightened things up. Thank you for your kind words.

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