Abstract vineyard

Abstract vineyard

You really are brilliant at this sort of thing Carole, delightful piece.

This is fantastic, Carole. Beautiful brilliant colours. Pitty that they are not lightfast.

Thanks Sylvia, Alan and Mia. The Radient ones not lightfast but the Hydrus by Dr ph Martin are lightfast.

Fantastic Carole total control of the bubble wrap a stroke of genius the colour is excellent the abstract quality divine love everything you do

Ooooh I really like this Carole, what fabulous colours. What size please so I can imagine it on a wall.

Brilliant Carole.

Delicious! So strong and grapy. terrific painting.

Very kind Dennis thank you. Thanks Henry and thanks Margaret, it is about 10 x9 " .

Looks different for you but I think it is great - very exciting

Glorious, Carole......Top mine up will you!.

Quite spectacular Carole!

Well done, Carole. It has a wonderful abstract quality about it - would make a terrific label for a vineyard!

A feast of colour Carole Lovely work and great depth to the vines .

Such a striking piece Carole, its stunning I love it.

Just beautiful,

This is fabulous, Carole. The colours are almost iridescent. A beautiful painting.

thanks for your encouraging feedback friends, I really appreciate it.

Ps Ruth yes it would be good to have our own vineyard:)

Thanks Gudrun. Yes a shame as the colours in this range are so vibrant.

It's all been said Carole but this is so different and really stands out in the Gallery!


Thank you Christine and thanks Russ:)

Stunning Carole. Your choice of colours and textures is superb!

Those colours are soooo intense Carole, such a shame they are not light fast but you could make prints as this little beauty deserves to survive and not fade. It's a cracker :)

Thank you Avril and Val very much. That's an idea Val ;)

Beautiful and striking Carole.

Beautiful vibrant colours, love it.

🤩 what a great selection of colours

Thanks so much Val - Irene.

So beautiful and rich.

Hang on Studio Wall
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Dr ph Martin's radiant water colour ( not light fast). I used cling film, bubble wrap and pastel.

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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