Clocks

Clocks
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Smashing semi abstract Carole

So pretty and gives the perfect effect of the 'clock' seeds being blown away. We used to love doing that as children! Super colours which make the seed head really stand out. Lovely work as usual, Carole!

Fantastic work Carole

A really lovely painting Carole! Beautiful colour palette and 3 D effect and as Thea has said the dandelion clock is the star!

Agree done with flair and finesse Carole

You clever lady..this is so good!

A real stunning piece Carole

Lovely and vibrant Carole.

Thank you very much all, you are very encouraging as this is not my style usually.

Even though its not your usual style it still great !

You should explore this style more Carole, this is a super result......love it!

Super work Carole, love the semi abstract feel to this one.

Hi carole gosh this is popular and I can see why its very nice colourfull and a very modern feel to it , its not your usual style but its charming im so glad it worked for you .

Thanks all for being so encouraging, I really appreciate it. I'm thrilled you all like it!

I love this vibrant warm semi- abstract painting Carole! Well done!

Thanks Satu, really appreciate your comment.

Really fabulous work, Carole! I love the palette, the composition, the gorgeous textures, everything!

Wow! This is a stunning painting Carole!

Thanks so much Seok and Sarah, very kind of you to leave lovely comments.

Dynamic is the first word that came to my mind! Love the contrast between the white and the red. The passion of natureā€¦ ;)

Thank you Jenny for your lovely comment.

Hang on Studio Wall
13/04/2015
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Shin Han gouach/watercolour 'Pass' paints I did include some acrylic inks as well.

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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