Moonlight on the beach

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Well that’s creativity at its best Carole! Great result and the blue and yellow/gold is a winner. Not seen anything from you for a while... I was thinking of emailing you so glad all is well!

I couldn't have said it better than Alan, Carole. This is fabulous!

This is stunning.

Thank you Alan, Mia and Margaret. Yes Alan alive and kicking at the moment. Hope you are well too, terrible not knowing what the future will be for us all. Mia, hope you are keeping well, lovely to see you ink art again. Margaret stay safe...

Thanks very much Denise.

Really lovely textures Carole, I bet it looks even better in reality!!

Interesting technique Carole, it’s very effective - love these experimental pieces you’ve been doing lately.

Carole you produce some beautiful and interesting paintings, this one is fabulous! Love the texture and the colour combination here. I hope you will get your motivation back soon and thrill us with more pieces like this one.

That’s fantastic!

Thank you Linda, Jenny, Fiona and Katy. I've missed you encouraging comments xx

Cheers Carole damn you are so good another masterwork

Really creative Carole!

Its a beauty, Carole, it has movement within the texture.

Posted by C Jones on Fri 30 Oct 06:10:08

thank you very much for encouragement, you are all too kind.

Love it Carole. The textures are just fabulous.

Wow! Very inventive and very effective.

Very inventive Carole. I too miss seeing your work - worrying time for all of us.

Lovely result Carole.

Hang on Studio Wall
29/10/2020
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Bit unconventional, I used some ordinary plaster scrounged from husband and used for texture, embossing powder heated until runny for foreground with some glitter, acrylic paint. All on a piece of cardboard. Another bit of fun! Have to keep myself amused 🤗

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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