Friday, March 22, 2013

A TOUCH MORE ON THE SUNFLOWERS



I didn't do much more on the sunflowers painting except darken and change some greens here and there.  Not really in a spring/sunny mood - it's still cold here and windy :(   And, basically, did this to get myself away from the frustration of the Mr. Forbes painting.

Have a wonderful weekend!

6 comments:

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

It's cold and miserable here too but your sunflowers bring the warmth! I must plant some seeds soon ready for the warmer weather.

Debbie Nolan said...

Rhonda - those sunflowers look wonderful - how do you know when to stop and say it is finished? I never know when to quit. Thanks for bringing me a bit of summer.

Laura Moore said...

You have some gorgeous warm blends already Rhonda. Looking forward to seeing this finished especially as I know it will help to warm up my freezing bones.

William Cook said...

Hey Rhonda--Happy Day. Your anticipatory bouquet is appreciated. Winter is having it's last gasp here too. It's doomed. The buds on the trees are right fat, and a great big mamma robin just showed up in my pear tree. Best!

CrimsonLeaves said...

I just think those sunflowers are beautiful, Rhonda.

RH Carpenter said...

Snow coming tomorrow, Lisa, so these bits of warmth are going to be the only things for a while :)

Thanks, Debbie. Just the petals to finish and I won't do much on them. I want to underwork instead of overwork, but tend to overwork!

Laura, thanks so much.

Bill, Hi! Thanks so much. Yes, we have a big fat robin (2, actually) who are eating our bird seed and suet (that is dropped on the ground under the feeder) - never saw that before but they are adapting to sticking around for our winters now.

Thanks so much, Sherry :)