$100 & $10 S&HThis water lily is among my favorite images. I took the photo on a trip to San Juan Capistrano Mission where they have gorgeous fountains will lilies and koi. Anyway, one time I was fiddling around with this image, and my husband walked up to me, and seeing the photo upside down he urged me to take a peek. Here it is, below:
Now maybe I'm just seeing angels everywhere, but it looks angelic to me! I wish you could see the painting in person, the whites have beautiful colors in them!
*Angels To You!*
Beautiful and peaceful. Can see that the whites are gorgeous against the blue even from the photo. And love that Tim showed you an angel!ReplyDelete
What a way to start the day--viewing one of your beautiful paintings. I love it. The subject matter is one of my favorites--see Alice Schille's painting of Water Lillies. She was one fantastic artist and so are you.ReplyDelete
i love the muted tones. I find water lilies to be one of the hardest things! You have made a lovely abstraction and yes- quite angelic!ReplyDelete
Kelley very lovely. As the water lily often grows out of dark muddy water, it for many cultures is symbolic of rebirth or overcoming hard times, so no wonder your painting is angelic!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the successes and sales at your show!Love the cottages, can't beat those simple shapes.ReplyDelete
So cool, Kelley! Beautiful water lily painting to begin with, and then from a different perspective to see the angel (I love the shadow of the angel on the "earth" beneath on the upside-down painting). So cool!ReplyDelete
I too love this image, you did such a great job not only on the lily but the water is perfect!ReplyDelete
Hope we can meet up next time you are in the area!
Kelley, I love it, the big shapes, the simplicity! This almost looks Asian to me, once again so serene, and contemplative! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Kelley it is just beautiful!! Love that you showed it's angelic side:) There is a very Asian quality to this painting! So pretty.ReplyDelete