here and there
Nipped outside for a Spring overload and tried to cram it all on a 8x6!why am i doing this to my self?
buds,daffs and lams,oil on panel 6x8"....yes it's spring!
Wow, This is springtime indeed!!Are those Daffs growing wild overthere?
yes,rene they grow everywhere,the daffodil is the national flower of Wales,learned something today (-;
Everywhere?!?!?!?!!!!! :-OWow, that would be a thing everywhere you look yellow, .....Kwijl, kwijl kwijl kwiiiiijjjjjl.Geen idee hoe dat is in het Engels.Anyway, i like the frontal composition not one to choose likely, but definitely a good choice
Hi Rob, I have been at your blogs frequently but haven´t commented anything. Your painting cars blog is fabulous and you are doing a great job and your landscapes are fine as well. This impressionistic feeling is great.
yes Rene mostly planted by houses and lanes but plenty of wild ones too,there are cad yellow ones,pale lemon yellow to white ones and combinations of both...there you have it ;-P
Hi Stefan,glad you overcame your shyness,hehe...i do the same...more looking than talking...guess that is why we paint!
It is spring overload here in California as well and I am sneezing like crazy! Although, I can enjoy gazing at your vibrant and delightful painting of buds and daffs.... allergy free ;-)
oh no poor Jennifer,that must be the worst,being a plein air painter with hayfever,my boys suffer from it too,it is no fun at all.i thought it was always summer in California?
Hi Rob,This looks fabulous. I know it is only on an 8" x 6" ; but it would also look spectacular real big; but staying loose the way you do would be the challenge. Great work.
Sally...i find it really hard painting landscapes in the studio,my mind wanders,i need to be in front and in the moment of the subject....thanks!
Rob, I love this painting! So glad you got out for some springtime adventure to bring to our computer screens!
anything for you Jamie,no not much time to go out,but trying to keep my foot in'cos,as you know,painting from life is the best teacher
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