Wednesday, December 29, 2010

100 Garden & Floral Oil Paintings, Original Artwork by Pam Holnback, 59/100

Red Gerberas
6" x 6" oil on panel
$100.00 + $10. s/h

This is the third of the gerberas.  I find that it helps me to repeat a subject several times.

12 comments:

LindaHunt said...

Pretty colors...I never tire of Gerbera daisies!

Maria's Watercolor said...

I am enjoying the gerbera daisy paintings, much prettier than the grey sky and melting snow outside!
I love the bright and happy colors.

Celeste Bergin said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Celeste Bergin said...

oops...typo in my last comment--re-do!
it's snowy and cold here---so it's a "warming" experience to appreciate your colorful flowers this morning...cheery!

martinealison said...

Couleurs vous m'incendiez agréablement... Gros bisous associés à mes voeux renouvelés.

Pam Holnback said...

Linda, Thank you. I'm kind of glad that I didn't post these earlier. It is great to have bright colors now!

Thank you Maria and Celeste, Today is our first really snowy day. And, tomorrow it's only supposed to be 10 degrees! so, these are cheery!

Merci Martine, bisous a tu aussi.

Lorraine Shirkus said...

Beautiful energy and color in your flowers . . . they seem to be yearning for spring!

Janice said...

Great subject for a day like today!! Makes me think of Spring**

mary maxam said...

Oh, i'm missing these this time of year. Thanks for bring us this great color :)

Catherine Jeffrey said...

Lovely colors, very intense against the subtle background.
Happy New Year and Happy Painting!

Pam Holnback said...

Thank you so much Lorraine, They do look springy.

Janice, Yes. We need some spring today. Thank you.

Thank you Mary, Luckily we can get many flowers year round at the grocery store!

Catherine, Thank you. And happy painting to you, too!

Carolann said...

This is a lovely bright painting makes me think of summertime and flowers in the garden. I fear all this frost has killed everything. I admire your discipline of painting every day. I aim to get two paintings a week done since reading your blog. So you have inspired me.