World Bee Day (yesterday)

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Superb Carole. The bee and foliage beautifully painted, and I love the idea of the seal and stitchwort.

This is excellent Carole and a great idea .

A real beauty Carole.

It's a beauty (again) and what a neat idea to have the stitchwort and seal.

Beautiful Carole hope your good. Just had second eye cataract done need both eyes to settle down.

Thanks so much Lewis, Paul, Denise, Heather, Linda and Anne. Linda I’m ok thanks, hope your eyes settle down very quickly xx

Super Carole, the foliage is impressive and enhanced by the seal.

beautifully observed painting Carole

That is a beautiful painting, Carole, I just love the clarity of the different parts of the painting!!

An absolutely stunning piece, Carole! Elegant, well-composed and beautifully executed. The seal and stichwort add some interesting textures that complement the painting so well.

Beautifully painted Carole and I also like the seal.

This is stunning Carole. Love everything about it, especially the cute little bumble bee.

Thank you very much for your interesting comments, so pleased you all like this.

Awesome. So delicately painted. I love that way the Bee and the leaves have come out.

Stunning as usual Carol

Thank you very much Spencer, Glennis, Sunil and Natasha.

Splendid Carole.

So beautiful and creative

Beautiful Carole.

Thank you very much I appreciate your comments :)

Hang on Studio Wall
21/05/2022
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An older watercolour for Bee Day (20th May). I updated with my new wax seal securing a dried piece of stitchwort. This grows down the back field together with bluebells and pink campion against the hedgerow. The farmer here is good at leaving pathways and wild flowers along his fields, no chemicals, just muck 😁

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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