Friday, March 4, 2011

Freesia Bottleneck-SOLD


oil on canvas panel 6x6 inches
sold
As you may have guessed by now, my backyard is full of freesias. The reds are just glorious...put them with green and...POW! Yummy color.
I have great news! I was recently juried into Daily Painter Originals, another group of top notch painters. Be sure to check it out by clicking on the icon on the right side of the page.

15 comments:

  1. Love the play of your contrasting colors Karen - they pop!

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  2. Cingrats on getting juried into DPO, your work deserves it! Love these freesias in the bottle. Really awesome color combinations.

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  3. Karen, great composition...so original. Love red freesias against the bottle. Welcome to DPO, happy to have you.

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  4. Beautiful colors Karen! I love freesia... lucky you to have a backyard full of them. Their fragrance reminds me of fruit salad, yummy.
    Welcome to Daily Painter Originals!
    Kim

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  5. Beautiful!
    Love the colors - and the freesia are really lovely. Congrats on the DPO!

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  6. Karen this is a beautiful painting--beautiful color harmonies, values and design. And I also love your brushstrokes. Thanks for commenting on my blog!

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  7. Love those red flowers with the green of the bottle.

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  8. This is beautiful, Karen. Love the cropping, the loose brush strokes and the subtle variations of color. Glad to have you with DPO.

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  9. Nice! Red loves green, for sure!

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  10. This painting is fabulous! Love the paint strokes and great composition!

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  11. Karen, this is absolutely beautiful!
    Brenda PS My backyard is filled with snow! :o)

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  12. Karen the color is so gorgeous. Fabulous painting.

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  13. I'm so delighted for you for being selected for DPO. Well done and well deserved!

    This is an absolutely gorgeous painting, Karen! Wonderful shadings in both the bottle and the flowers. Lucky you to be able to grow freesias!

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