Wisteria

Wisteria
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What a pretty painting. Inktense are so nice to use, aren't they?

Lovely painting here,like the Bees too. Best regards Paul

I like this one Carole, lovely lilac tones.

Like this also, hangs lovely, like the lilacs and the soft shadows behind.

Beautiful Carole. I don't find Wisteria easy to paint. Your excellent hand in this. Love the bees.

What a beautiful painting, well done Carole, it really is a stunner. Best wishes, Bill

What kind people you all are, thanks for taking the time to comment , much appreciated. Yes Margaret I like this medium. I have also rescued a few paintings with the lovely Inktense.

this is just lovely Carol, you have captured the wisteria beautifuly, and the bumble bee is a lovely touch, you are a master at flower paintings. as usual a lovely painting. Best wishes, Rhian. (irene ).

15 Mar 2009 20:22 Hello Carole, Nice to read that the big, fat peony still pleases! But I am humbled by your gallery pieces as you are evidently quite the master at florals!! Wow! I still consider myself a beginner after 18 months of serious watercolour studies. You obviously, on the other hand, are an old hand at it, and an excellent one at that. Thank you for appreciating my efforts. I have started to show some of my pieces in juried and non-juried art events. The peony was sold. I was trying not to get too attached to it, but I kept a couple of giclees ... All the best Carole.

This is a lovely painting very well composed.

Love this Carole, all your flowers are really lovely. Do you hold your own exhibitions?

Absoluteley Brill, luv it! Trev

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31/03/2015
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Watercolour/ Inktense. Approx 12"x10" Sorry it's not placed very well, but is an old painting, now sold, so can't retake.

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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