Monday, April 23, 2012



















Rebecca Wang, 10 x 12 Oil
















Sylvia Young, Acrylic


















Lydie Pieplu, Watercolor


















Pilita, 10 x 14 Watercolor
















Rita Vaselli, 11 x 16 Watercolor
























Linda Snider Ward, 4 x 4 Watercolor





 














beti abel, 12 x 16cm Watercolor
















janina, 24 x 34cm Watercolor

















Madhavi Reddy, 8 x 10 Watercolor

















Blaga Ketzkarova, Watercolor


















Jeneen Nance, 8 x 10 Acrylic


















Renate Arends, 24 x 16cm Watercolor
















Barbra Joan, 8 x 10 Watercolor


















Lisa Richards


















mico, 32 x 24cm, watercolor

14 comments:

  1. Hai Michelle:) What a nice watercolor! I love the shadows and the softness you painted the rose with. Beautiful!!

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    1. thanks Renate. see you on the next challenge :)

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  2. Lovely & delicate looking. And then the red rose just pops out at you. Nice work!

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    1. thanks for the nice comment Nan.

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  3. Jen ,this is really outstanding... BJ

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  4. Les roses sont belles et très délicate, belle aquarelle

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  5. magnifica tu obra. es una gozada contemplar tus obras.
    enhorabuena por tantos buenos trabajos.
    un saludo desde España.

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  6. Hope all is well, Jen! Haven't heard from you for a long time. :)

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  7. Some pretty designs alright. Doing the painting yourselves is more fun but a good place for ideas for more design is this
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  9. This is beautiful. Really enjoyed catching up with your blog. What a great painting.

    There were so many amazing views - I could have painted many more too
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