Thursday, 16 April 2015

JUST IN TIME

 

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#276 - 6" x 6" - Oil

The great thing about Chrysanthemums is that they last for quite a while. I had this bunch for nearly two weeks before I could get around to painting them. They were just starting to wilt which is why I called it 'Just in time'

 

8 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

SO PRETTY!!!!!

Helen Moreda said...

Helen you know your whites. Lovely. and that limey green is wonderful!

James Thatcher said...

Good job of depicting the different textures, the flowers are wonderful and what a great rendering of the glass! Ala prima often leaves clouds feeling the same as water or rocks, but not your work--Yay!

Karen Johnston Daily Paintings said...

You would never know they were starting to wilt! They look so alive and I love that lime green:)

SMV said...

You've managed to make them look beautiful in their advanced age!

L.W.Roth, said...

I like your wilting flowers as much as I like doing portraits of older people; aging subjects have character, interest. The painting is lovely; a real nice job on that glass. Those are my juice glasses. 😄

Azra said...

You have a knack for putting colours together that make the painting come alive!!

Jane said...

Gorgeous whites, such a fresh painting !