A wildflower day

A wildflower day

Beautiful transparent washes Nancy. We had a lovely sunny day yesterday, rain today!

Superb a real beauty Nancy

A pretty. . .bright and breezy painting. Lovely!

Thank you Carole, I am glad you had a lovely day too....our rain is back end of the week. Keeps the flowers blooming!

Thanks so much Dennis, Helen, appreciate the encouragement!

Lovely colours Nancy. Is that a bee I see at the top righthand corner? Very pretty.

Gorgeous colours and washes Nancy....a riot of summer blooms.

Thank you Fiona & Adele; yes I tucked a little bee up to the right, as they are showing up! (actually had to practice a few bees on a sep. piece of paper before adding)....hard to do in a few strokes.

This has brightened up my day, tis a beauty Nancy

This is just gorgeous Nancy...the colours are fabulous!

Nancy had to say, have you seen that fairy/pixie sitting cross-legged in center of the top main flower? ;)

Ha...well spotted Carole!

Thank you Jenny, Sylvia and Carole. I had not noticed the pixie! now I do, sitting on top of the garden talking with the bee. Thanks so much for pointing that out! she has appeared as if by magic ;)

Your very own fairy Nancy!

Lovely, lively use of colour!

Hang on Studio Wall

watercolor, sitting in my small garden today....the most beautiful air, temp, sunlight and shadow,,,,,,just a glorious day.....tried to have fun and be spirited and care free. I am a novice with plein air, hope to get outside more often this summer and learn how to do this! Florals are still a new and tough challenge for me. Life and other things have kept me too busy lately, finally a little time to paint, what a wonderful way to spend a few hours this afternoon....

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Nancy Farrar Coughlin

I have recently escaped to the coast, to Grays Harbor in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I love nature, being outdoors, the ocean as well as the woods. I am grateful for life, after a ruptured appendix and a year of healing recently; I am treasuring every day! It was time to moveā€¦

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