Love the composition. Beautiful color.
Hi Sharon,You are very dedicated to keeping up with these 30 days. Good for you! I've never heard of a freezing fog - very interesting. What freezes and where and how??~ginger
Your painting is beautiful Sharon.In answer to your question the water soluble oils have a similar smell to acrylics, smells nothing like real oil paints, plus you wash your brushes out with water which is brilliant. Hope this info helps Sharon. Annette x
You are amazing with all of your paintings...everyday something bright and cheerful. Our snow and ice is finally melted just this afternoon with sunshine and mid-50s. Yay!
Freezing fog sounds so mysterious...Another lovely painting. I do hope that you're creating a mosaic of these!
I want to take lessons from you - I love your paintings.
Yes, Teddy, hard to believe, but the end of the month truly is coming up awful quick. Great watercolors! Have a wonderful day. Tammy
My favorite! I, too, like liner work with my watercolors. These flowers are lovely. How big are your paintings? I have been sticking to ACEO size for the 30 in 30.
These flowers are my favorite! I tried to leave a comment but it didn't seem to go through. Hope I don't duplicate it. Anyway, I love this arrangement. I also do linerwork on my watercolors. What size are your paintings? I stuck to ACEO size for my 30 in 30.
I really enjoy your flowers and Teddy is so cute and huggable looking. Have a warm wend! Hugs, Pearlie Girl
Watch out, Vincent Van Gogh . . . :)Beautiful!!!Your blogging sister, Connie :)
A lovely collection of flowers. Beautiful
I've been absent for a few days, and am catching up with your posts! I Love love love this! I also love to watch freezing fog, unless one has seen it, it's hard to explain. To me it's so pretty.
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