Sunday, August 23, 2009

Finished!


Here is the finished floral.

Jim is watching golf. He just spotted two golfers he was on the golf team with in college. They are now on the Seniors Tour:)

Please check out Laurie Manzano's work at the The Blue Mule Gallery. I just love her paintings! Here is the link http://www.bluemule.net/pages/paintingsmanzano.htm

10 comments:

Celeste Maia said...

Congratulations, you did a beautiful painting. You should be feeling happy with yourself.
I was a big fan of Gilda Radner, she was my favorite ever in SNL. Let's see, where was I in the 70s? I think it was in Brazil that I watched it, and in English.

Tracey said...

Very Pretty!! I am a big SNL fan too!!!
Tracey

Tracey said...

I saw where you started on your wine cork board and were in need of more corks. You should check etsy.com.
Tracey

AutumnLeaves said...

What a gorgeous result, Candy. And now I know what clematis looks like! Love the colors you've achieved in those flower petals too! I can't wait to see your next piece!

Candy said...

Thank you, Celeste. I loved Gilda Radner, too. She was hilarious. I'm looking forward to more stories of your travels.

Thank you, Tracey. We still laugh at the old SNL shows. Thanks for the suggestion to try etsy.

Autumn Leaves, thank you. You should see the clematis in my dad's yard. It would probably grow in your area since it does so well in Wisconsin. We have to settle for photos and paintings here, but we have other beautiful flowers that do well in the desert.

Anonymous said...

I like this one a lot, Dissy!

Candy said...

Thak you, Gammies! I'm working on one of Lake Superior right now. In fact, the sky is drying as I type this. The colors are going to be more subtle than the one I painted a few days ago.

Deb Harvey said...

Beautiful painting! You really did a wonderful job.

I had a Clematis that is now hidden under a mass of wild Morning Glory! If anyone knows how to get rid of Morning Glory...I'd love to know.

Candy said...

Thank you, Deb! I have no clue how to get rid of Morning Glory. Maybe you can trim it back and see if it will live in peace with the Clematis...

Anonymous said...

Send the Morning Glory to my house - I love Morning Glory!!!