Grand Finale 2. Falling petals

Grand Finale 2.   Falling petals
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Lovely work Carole. Is the dancing fairy at the top deliberate or a "happy accident"? Either way it has distinct possibilities to exploit...

Sad to see the rose dying but very well captured.

Another gorgeous painting of a fading summer rose, Carole.

Another stunning work. Thanks for showing it.

Beautifully drawn Carole, a great subject also.

Such drama and beauty Carole. This encompasses the sadness of a fading summer into the beauty of autumnal colours. So majestic.

Beautiful work Carole, it's so sad to see the end of the roses.

Thank all very kind. The recent rain dashed most of my roses :(

Yes Jim I see it, accident I'm afraid 😊

Only you could make a nearly dead rose beautiful Carole :) Off to find no 1 now.

Absolutely beautiful, Carole, in a reflective, melancholic way. The colours are gorgeous. Bri

You have those colours spot on, roses always go a lot darker as they die away, I can feel the crispness of the petals as they wither and die, really well painted.

Superb Carole!

Thank you very much everyone:)

Love it, the petals are so exquisitely painted,Carole.

Gorgeous colours Carole.

Thank you Gudrun, Annick, Sandra and Russell much appreciated.

Beautifully captured Carole. Sad to see such a summer passing but I’m sure autumn and winter will produce some good challenges!

Your usual amazingness Carole.

Wow , that’s gorgeous Carole

How beautiful Carole - my roses look just like that at the moment - still time for some more to bloom.

Thank you Tessa, Dermot, Michael and Carolyn very kind .

The richness of colour is amazing.

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Watercolour - rose from my garden

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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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