Looking up through the autumn trees

Looking up through the autumn trees
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Nice one Carole, just love the detail, colours and textures.

This is really lovely - fabulous shapes, both lost and found. Really like it !

Glorious colours Carole, that middle leaf positively glows and I love the texture you've incorporated into the design. Super painting.

Nice to see what inktense pencils can help produce. My attempts were no where as sophisticated as this. I agree with the previous comments. They have summed it up nicely for me!

Thank you very much Peter, Beverley, Val and Gudrun, so kind of you to leave such generous comments.

Oh Carole! ( Isn't that a song title?) This absolutely gorgeous, the colours sparkle.

Very topical and very unusual view of the leaf canopy with the light shining through. Beautifully painted with your usual flair and attention to detail.

Nearly missed this one Carole - all those MPs! but I'm glad I didn't - great ,glowing peice of work and very different!

Thanks Ladies, you are very kind! Yes Fiona, I had this 'Oh Carole' on an old 45 record. Ooops showing my age now eh!!!

What a beautiful tribute to autumn! Wonderfully rich colours and the negative painting leaves me impressed and "envious" - wish I could do it! Another lovely addition to your gallery.(Know the song too!)

What a beautiful tribute to autumn! Wonderfully rich colours and the negative painting leaves me impressed and "envious" - wish I could do it! Another lovely addition to your gallery.(Know the song too!)

Beautiful painting Carole, lovely colours, love it.

Thank you very much for your kind words.

Love the drama and the vibrance of this one, Carole!

Hang on Studio Wall
31/03/2015
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Watercolour Inktense and col pencil. Black frame,

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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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