Dandelion

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Beautiful, Carole.

Looks brilliant Carole.

Looks great on your pad Carole; my wife says we have too many!

These recent studies have all been really good Carole.

Beautifully detailed, Carole.

Beautiful

Love all of the botanical studies you have recently displayed. How lovely to have a book with them all in. The greens and yellows show up so well here Carole.

That's a really good and detailed study Carole, the paper works well for this 👍😊

Another beauty!!

Lovely, Carole!

Detail is Brilliantly painted.

Thank you very much for encouraging feedback on this series.

A common weed made to look beautiful.

Excellent botanical study Carole, trying not to pull these up because they are so wildlife friendly but they do take over!

Beautiful detail Carole. I love to see a field of dandelions in yellow, and then when they seed and fly away.

Thank you Anne, Katy and John. Just been a walk around countryside it is scattered with dandelions, a good year for them!

Beautifully painted and presented Carole.

Beautiful detailed work

Beautiful Carole. Love how well you have painted the feathery bits.

Thank you Romila, Fiona and Diane, very kind.

Another excellent piece Carole and that cheap paper works a treat!

You have done an amazing job of painting this Carole

I'm really enjoying this series, Carole! So beautifully rendered and so stunning in its simplicity.

Thank you Russell, Paul, Seok and Natalja.

I like this series. The flowers have come out beautiful against the light brown background. Plan on making them into calendar.

I like this very much indeed, lovely bright flower. I'll look at dandelions in the lawn in a whole new way now.

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24/04/2021
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Plenty of these around now! Another for my cheap (£3) paper ring bound pad, decent for dryish paint 200gsm

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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