Thursday, April 4, 2013

DAFFODIL - FORCING SPRING



More cold and rain so I'm forcing spring.  Here's a daffodil - there must be some out there somewhere budding up out of the ground.

16 comments:

Christiane Kingsley said...

Rhonda, there is no sign of Spring here either. Your painting is beautiful!

Sadami said...

Wow, Rhonda,
Beautiful!!!
Cheers, Sadami

Celia Blanco said...

A beautiful daffodil, Rhonda! I hope we get some better weather soon!

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Rhonda - so beautiful. I think we are all ready for some of those beautiful fragrant flowers. Have a great day.

Pam Johnson Brickell said...

Lovely. Spring has popped here but still cooler than normal. Raining here, too.

Vandy said...

This is wonderful - so reminiscent of spring.
Beautiful painting.

Mick Carney said...

It needs to be forced over here as well. A lovely picture with glorious use of colour.

Anita's art said...

Lovely, fresh, clean spring .

Lorraine Brown said...

such a delicate bloom Rhonda, here we are in and out of autumn with such a mixture of temperatures

CrimsonLeaves said...

The daffodil is beautiful and I liked the Easter eggs too!

Laura Moore said...

Really lovely strong shapes and composition Rhonda. Thanks for giving us that spring feeling.

Studio at the Farm said...

Very lovely and Spring-like, Rhonda! And I love your landscape - soft and loose. Have a good time at your work-shop.

RH Carpenter said...

Our neighbor has a few daffodils blooming but not much else is looking like spring. Checked to see if the cherry blossoms in the park were blooming - they are not and it looks like it will be another week or two for that.
Thanks, everyone, for your comments on this one :)

renate said...

Dear Rhonda:) It seems that you don't need the real spring for such beautiful paintings. This one is gorgeous. I hope all daffodils will be so beautiful as this one is. I love it!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Renate :) We have real ones in the neighborhood now but raining today.

Kevin Neal said...

RH, the hard work you're putting in to your painting is really paying off. This is great!