Gladioli

Gladioli
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Just perfect. Colours are wonderful and love the fact that you have left the background plain and light (presume just white paper) as it really shows off the flowers to perfection.

Absolutely lovely. The colours glow from the paper so richly, and the flowers are beautifully drawn.

Expertly painted, and interesting composition. Well done!

Thanks very much, you have given me a real boost today........ Carole.

Beautiful !! Gladioli and irises are, I think, my favouite flowers for painting and you've painted these gladioli soooo well, I'm envious.

An extra comment may be superfluous, but I had to add that I think this is utterly beautiful.

I just love your flowers:-) so real and would have to agree with all of the above, I only wish I could paint flowers like this. Lovely.

Thanks Val and Karleen. Robert, no comment is superfluous, all are welcome. Thank you.

Lovely painting, beautiful shades and tones.

What beautiful colours.....another of your great works.....which we are delighted to see. Thank you for the comment on Betty's "Roses For Mum" much appreciated.

Simply beautiful, lovely rich colours and a great compostion.

Thanks Diana, Max and Lorraine, very kind.

Hello Carole, Thank you. You have a wonderful eye for detail and colour- looking at your portfolios.

What more can one say, a botanical illustrator if ever I saw one, in one of those really expensively bound books!

Sylvia, what a generous comment, one I perhaps don't deserve.

Had to comment on your paintings Carole, they are absolutely fantastic. This is my favourite. I am humbled that you took the time to comment on mine.

A beautiful painting :)

Thanks Sharon and thank you Anne for your kind words.

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31/03/2015
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Watercolour

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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