Semi abstract

Semi abstract
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Gorgeous colours and design Carole- love it

This is a lovely expressive piece Carole,, dynamic could be the word I'm searching for.

Love those reds Carole lovely painting

Another bonfire Carole, hope that tree doesn't catch alight :) I can see so much in this with all that texture, fantastic.

Wonderful tree, superb colours, and magic atmosphere. Very fine, Carole.

Great explosion of colours Carole! Lovely to see these different experiments!!

Masterwork Carole gorgeous

Thank you all for your kind comments. I made up the picture from clingfilm marks (you may have already guessed that ).

Lovely Carole a very nice loose piece great

A great idea Carole, very successful indeed!

Excellent painting -much more a finished painting then your previous one with the tree taking up all of the space. Well done- you can't beat cling film for a bit of texture.

Super result - not tried cling film with inks (only watercolour) must give it a go.

Thank you Dennis, Fiona, Malcolm and Michael for your constructive comments, always welcome.

Yes, a great explosion of colours, yet there is form and shape that works.

Beautiful and dramatic.....

Thanks Gudrun and Ruthy.

I love this Carole. It is exciting to look at and full of energy.

You've got some gorgeous colours going on in this one Carole. It would look super blown up as a very large canvas print on a white wall.

Thank you very much Margaret and Frank very kind.

I'm away from home at the moment but just having a quick catch-up of the gallery. This caught my eye instantly Carole, a lovely explosion of colour!

Thanks Chrustine for catching up and commenting.

Superb textures and wonderful transition of hues, Carole. A lovely, dramatic piece!

Hang on Studio Wall
11/09/2015
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Acrylic inks.

About the Artist
Carole Swingler

Self- taught artist, I have dabbled in watercolours for many years on and off. My first love is flower painting in watercolour. Now trying many different media including acrylic inks, gouache, all types of pencils to try loose-ish semi abstract images.

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