Missing Summer

Missing Summer
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Smashing painting, Carole, wonderful textures and blending colours.

Beautiful colours and love the loose handling of the paint

A great autumnal feel to it, end of summer is nigh but the colours of Autumn compensate.

Wow, this zings with colour Carole, your usual high standard of course.

Beautiful autumnal colours and lovely shapes Carole.

Well blow me down, beautiful colour as well Carole.

Very beautiful painting Carole.

Thank you everyone. Not a good start with it, nearly gave up but kept at it, so your comments are so much appreciated :)

Great colours carole

Lovely Carole, you certainly come up with some lovely paintings

This is so lovely. :)

That's a cracker Carole. beautiful colours and great seed heads. ( just don't blow them in the direction of my garden, I've got enough of my own :) )

Thank you, ok Val they can join my hoard of dandelions!

Another gem, Carole. The background colours are a beautiful contrast to the seed heads.

This is a real beauty, Carole: so full of life and fantastic colours!

The seed heads look like exploding fireworks Carole.....it's wonderful.

One of the best paintings of dandelion clocks I have seen.

Beautiful colours Carole...well, if I have to accept that summer is over, then colours like these are to look forward to.

Very kind thanks all really appreciate your comments.

Wonderful as ever, Carole!

You've handled a very tricky subject beautifully Carole .. I love it

Stunning piece, Carole! Full of dynamism and energy, love the textures.

Thank you I really appreciate your kind comments.

Very nice painting....beautiful use of colours

Hang on Studio Wall
10/10/2016
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Acrylic , pastel, texture paste

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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