Grand Finale

Grand Finale

I have no words to describe how utterly beautiful and delicate this painting is, Carole. I hugely admire your skill. BRAVO!!

What can I say, just WOW. Fabulous watercolour Carole.

Just too classy Carole. Everything about it is lovely work.

beautiful work as ever Carole

Absolutely beautiful, love the way that you have faded the outer petals into the background.

Beautifully painted Carole.

Stunningly beautiful Carole.

Wow, beautiful Carole.

Just gorgeous Carole.

Simply gorgeous drawing Carole, I love your botanical studies.

Thanks ever so much for all your kind comments I really appreciate them.

Really lovely.

Oh Carole this is stunning. You are so talented with watercolour.

Carole that is absolutely fantastic, the colours and details are amazing, truly, well done, Linda 😀

Carole you need to alter your bio from dabbled in watercolours to very competent, this is very nice and I think one of the best subjects for watercolours.

Thanks for all your encouraging feedback, much too kind but much appreciated.

Superb! Cannot but like it. Beautiful skills.

Wow....just beautiful.

Very fine work Carole.

Posted on Mon 10 Sep 13:36:23

Thank you Willie, Ellen and Ibolya very kind.

Beautiful, as ever, Carole! Lovely blend of colours.

Beautiful, would love to be able to paint like this.

Fabulous rose, Carole, just fabulous. Bri

Just Stunningly skillful and gorgeous Carole

Thank you Jenny, Chris, Brian and Thalia I appreciate your comments very much.

Wow.....Carole that’s a stunner.

How beautiful, Carole, so delicate and fluid

Thank you Fiona and Maureen:)

Ooh thanks Richard, what a great compliment!

WOW !!!

Thanks Val for you two comments xx

Wonderful study

This is fan-tas-tic, Carole.

Hang on Studio Wall

Watercolour of one of my roses.

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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