White peony from my garden (in Summer of course)

White peony from my garden (in Summer of course)
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Love the shadowed curl on the left and those delicate tinged of pinks Carole.

Superb piece of art, very delicate.

Beautifully painted, Carole. Love the lush green leaves.

You are a flower Carole you've got to be to be so at one with them. Absolutely superb always

Stunning work Carole!

Lovely work as ever Carole. You make flowers come alive in paint.

Perfection in watercolour Carole, have a creative 2019.

A stunning piece of work, as usual, Carole. Beau-ti-ful!!

Thank you everyone for your encouraging comments for this and all my work over the years, don't know what I would do without this friendly site! 😘

A real beauty, Carole... (the flower as well as the painting!)

So beautifully painted Carole - love your flowers.

Unmistakably yours Carole, it’s exquisite.

So very beautiful Carole, this is just perfect!

That rich deep deep purple helps to emphasise the delicacy of the peony Carole, it's absolute perfection.

Wonderful Carole, you've achieved great depth in this painting.

Beautiful delicate flower, Carole.

Beautiful work!

Beautiful work, as always, Carole.

Posted by C Jones on Fri 21 Dec 18:07:25

Really exquisite Carole.

Thanks again for your kind comments much appreciated.

Most gorgeous as always Carole!

Thanks so much Margaret and Satu, your comments are much appreciated x

It has all been said on other postings - Excellent and I am envious of your subtle "touch".

Fabulous, Carole, as always! xx

Another one I had missed.. it’s rather special Carole .

Thanks very much Richard, Jennifer and Sylvia for taking time to comment :)

Beautiful contrasts. Painting 'white' is difficult and you have done a great job!

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21/12/2018
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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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