Honesty and Orange Tip butterfly


Another absolutely beautiful painting Carole .

Excellent painting, Carole.

Super delicate painting

Another super one Carole. Great background co!our, flower and butterfly.

Lovely Carole.

These look very eye catching together. Lovely.

Another stunning piece, Carole! Love the palette and the exquisite detail.

Love this paper as the background for your super botanical studies Carole, it makes them look luminous. No orange tips here yet, just small tortoiseshells at the moment.

Thanks very much, really appreciated. The paper is a bit more brown than it shows on here.

Another lovely study Carole.

Beautiful flowers and butterfly

So lovely Carole and that butterfly is exquisite.

Beautifully painted Carole. Like your Orange Tips; any tips you can give me on how to paint better gratefully received!!

You're on a roll Carole!

Beautiful! I tried a butterfly recently, not as good as yours. Lovely work Carole.

Thank for your interesting comments 😊 Michael love your joke 😂

Delightful little study Carole.

Thats a beauty Carole. Gouache that's the way.

Beautiful painting !

Thank you very much Alan, John and Anne.

Nicely painted and eye catching! Interesting combination of media and paper

Lovely painting Carole what have you painted it on.

Lovely, Carole, especially the colours.

The Colours jump out on the back ground paper.

Just beautiful, Carole.

Thanks again for kind feedback. Shaun just a cheap pad 200gsm in brown from The Works, it takes gouache very well. Though not archival stuff I would think :)

Ps it was £3, I am using it as a kind of journal.

This is beautiful ✨

Thank you Sandra and Rachel.

Truly stunning art. Thanks

Thank you very much Sunil very kind.

Hang on Studio Wall

Gouache. Loads of these butterflies at the moment..

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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