Winter Flowers (more detail)

Winter Flowers (more detail)

I like them both very much.

Thank you Sandra, appreciate your comment very much. Easy to overdo things so I've hidden the picture, easy for me as I never remember where I put things :))

I hope you don't mind, Carole, but I prefered the other one. Now, the background is taking away the attention of the flowers. They were more outstanding against the dark background before.

Thanks so much Mia, I think I agree, I May overpaint some of the cobwebs. I appreciate any comments or critique :)

Oops forgotten where I put it now 🤔

This caught my eye, lovely Carole!

It would look great Really BIG on and wall Carole.

You have a real talent Carole. I like both. The first just pips it though☺

Thanks for you help everyone it's good to hear your views. I have toned down the cobweb now ;)

John, not big just 18 x14" in mount!

I like the added cobwebs and twiggy bits, Carole. They’re both beautiful.

Thanks so much Ellen for your kind feedback.

Fabulous painting Carole, I think the cobwebs are a nice touch.

I love the added cobwebs and twigs.

Thank you Barry and Linda, glad you like the cobwebs and twigs :)

I think it's lovely Carole and just enough cob webs

Gorgeous, Carole.

Thank you Dermot and Shirley.

I like them both Carole, is it a big painting?

I like the details you added, Carole.

Thank you Cesare very much for your comment. Thanks Margaret, 18 x 14.

Very powerful Carole - love it

Very powerful Carole - love it

Thank you Helen very kind of you.

Great technique here

I like this, Carole. It has a beautifully abstract quality that I find appealing. The harmony of your colours work well.

Beautiful !

Thank you David, Wib and David, much appreciated.

Both composition and colours are stunning.

Really lovely painting

Hang on Studio Wall

Age old problem, had to add some twiggy bits and frosty cobwebs. No more messing, finished! What do you think?

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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