|"Queen Anne's Lace"|
5 x 7
Oil on Hardboard
The Queen Anne's Lace is just starting to bloom here in Illinois. I am always befuddled as to why some people call this beautiful flower a weed. I love the intricate patterns.
For my artists friends:
I continue to hesitate to paint landscapes, but when I read John Pototschnik's blog post ( please see his June 3, 2012 post ) I thought, "That is exactly how I paint my still life paintings!" Start with a toned canvas, draw the basic shapes, paint with thin paint, finish with thick paint.
I absolutely L-O-V-E John's paintings. You should check them out.
|Here is how this painting might look framed.|
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