Saturday, April 29, 2017

VIRGINIA BLUEBELLS



Started another painting - finally.  It's from a photo taken on a nature hike - of Virginia Bluebells in the woods.  


We'll see how it goes.










The Mayapples are in bloom.



















And found a beautiful arched Sycamore tree warped (for some reason) to arch over the path - very very tall and straight.










4 comments:

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

nice start to you painting :) someone would have had to come back every yer or so to train that limb hen it was first growing, dedication lol

AK said...

My net here is very slow and only the top painting is opening. Guess I will have to be content with that. It seems to be coming out really nice. I like the patience and enthusiasm you have for your work. These are virtues I am yet to learn. Happy painting.

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Rhonda looks like those Virginia Bluebells have inspired you too. Will be looking forward to seeing them finished. Have a wonderful day. Hugs!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Jennifer Rose. I didn't think about it being intentionally shaped that way - but that makes it even more interesting!

Thanks so much, Asit. You have patience and a looseness in your paintings that I so admire!

Thanks, Debbie. Yes, those bluebells are so lovely and I can get out several blues and violets and pinks for them :)