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Movie Inspiration: "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding"

Carnations in Mint Julep Cup,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
Inspired by Cheerful Weather for the Wedding


There are some movies that I could watch a million times and never tire of them. One of those is "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding," which I absolutely LOVE. 
The attraction began with the delightful title, followed by the detail tour of a house filled with the most perfect blues with touches of pinks and creams throughout. 
The colors of the clothing are also seductive and make me wish I had time to sew. 
Instead of sewing, I decided to get those colors on canvas.
Still Life with Pear, Carnations and Bottle,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
Inspired by Cheerful Weather for the Wedding



  1. Bonsoir chère amie,

    Je suis admirative devant vos trois dernières oeuvres... Des compositions extraordinaire avec une très belle harmonie de couleurs...
    De belles peintures.
    Gros bisous

  2. Merci beaucoup. Vos paroles sont très doux. Je vous souhaite une belle journée.

  3. Nice glass of wine to keep your blood red. lol


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