Oil Painting Journal
wooowwww Felicidades por tan bellas obras....te sigo y te invito a visiitarme.Un abrazo
Pam, I think this is one of my favorites of your work. It is just really softly pretty!
The color is wonderful!
Very sweet and love the soft colors. Colorado sounds wonderful this summer. Beats the scorching heat in Texas. Miss you.
Wow- I like the patches of color that don't say too much, but just enough. Nice statement!
I absolutely love painting hollyhocks! This is a lovely painting... want to see more!Kim
Lovely painting, Pam!
You must have a beautiful yard with all these flowers. Pretty little painting.
Would love to have your garden. This painting is beautiful and the colors are so soft.
Very beautiful painting. L love the loose brushstrokes and the soft colors. I think of hollyhocks as a very old-fashioned flower. I think my grandmother grew them in her vegetable garden.
Pam Hollyhocks are my favorite...and what a great job! Your colors are great~it has such depth!
What a wonderful idea 100 garden and floral oil paintings! can't wait to see each one!
Beautiful rendition! (Thought I had been following you Pam + just discovered I wasn't - sorry. But have had you on my blog as favorites.)Loved all your comments on my blog too - eating donuts?
I recognized your beautiful hollyhock right away! They are crazy tall here in Cleveland too. Such a lovely flower, not the easiest to compose though. Nice job!
Isabel, Gracias por visitarme.Thank you Sherry, I love hollyhocks.Sylvanie, Thank you. Mother Nature is great.Thank you Debbi, Yes. It is beautiful here this year. Too bad you aren't coming this year.Jill, Thank you. that's the challenge, isn't it? Getting just the right amount?!Thank you Kim, My plan is to paint more hollyhocks.Linda, Thank you!Amy, Thanks. Flowers are just 3-d art.Thank you Kelley, My husband and I both enjoy gardening. Or should I say that my husband doesn't like mowing, so we have lots of garden space!Virginia, Thank you. Yes, hollyhocks do seem kind of of fashioned! Never thought of having them in the vegetable garden. maybe they help keep away bugs.Thank you Dayna, I love them , too!Loriann, Thanks, My challenge may take awhile, but, it is a fun one!Thanks Susan, No, actually I'm not eating many donuts!Diane, Thank you. You being the flower lover that you are, I always appreciate your comments.
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