Orchid

Orchid
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A lovely rendition of these exotic plants.

Typically beautiful flower painting Carole. It will be a lovely card for your friend.

Beautiful, Carole. I’m sure your friend will love it.

Great job, nice style and arrangement.

What a wonderful card it will be, s/he will love it, lucky friend!

Fine, sensitive, beautiful work.

Beautiful painting and colours, Carole. A wonderful gift.

What a fabulous card this will make Carole, simply gorgeous.

Your paintings have that perfect balance of being detailed enough yet loose, Carole. Beautiful!

Posted on Thu 10 May 14:50:24

Your friend is a very lucky lady this is beautiful Carole.

Glad you’ve got your painting spirit back, Carole! This is gorgeous.

Thanks very much for all your lovely comments. It's easier to to put brush to paper when there's a reason for it ;))

How beautiful! - loose and delicate, Carole

This is beautiful Carole, if possible one of your best yet, but all your flower paintings are superb.

just beautiful Carole.

Beautiful

Posted by Emma P on Thu 10 May 19:48:22

This will bowl your friend over Carole.....make sure you catch her! A beauty.

They are going to be thrilled with this Carole.

Beautiful and so skilful Carole, wonderful painting.

Thanks folks really kind. I usually paint a card for her and she always frames them....

She will love this one .

It’s beautiful, Carole. Your friend will love it.

How gorgeous! Your friend will be delighted with this really amazing card Carole. Glad to see you've go your mojo back!!

Backtracking and just saw this Carole, Lovely present in the card. Excellent as ever.

Absolutely beautiful carole .x

Thanks so much all for your kind comments.

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10/05/2018
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Watercolour for a friend's 80th birthday card.

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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