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There is a Little Light at the End of a Painting Session

I am so happy. This is my recent oil painting of roses. It is on an 8X10" canvas. I am absolutely nowhere near where I hope to be, but at least there are darks and somewhat lights.


  1. Well they look just great.
    I have never painted flowers and would love to paint roses but they just don't turn out the way I want them to
    Well if at first you don't succeed try try again so I will.
    But these are great!!!

  2. Love Love Love this. I hope you sell these pieces soon...

    Warm Wishes,
    Karen Eileen

  3. I love the muted, soft tones of this rose painting. Thanks for following my blog!

  4. I think it's beautiful. I've not tried oils yet, still working in watercolors. Although sometimes I think I might be happier with a medium that didn't run all over the paper willy nilly.

  5. They're charming, and beautifully done, Carolina Elizabeth. Very complex petals to paint, and you've really done them well! Liz

  6. You did an amazing job with this!!! Everything looks so real!


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