Monday, February 15, 2010

I Was Going for Cheerful...


We've had two gorgeous, sunny days in a row. I was going for cheerful in this little watercolor. Hmmm... Is it cheerful, or is it...? Oh well, I've got plenty of paper and paint:)

15 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Well, I personally think it is cheerful...But then I love the greens. There is such a sense of peace that I feel when surrounded with green. Of course, once we paint here (still on my to do list), I suspect every room will be some value of green. Is peace cheerful? For me it is indeed!

Candy said...

Hi, Sherry! My art room is a lovely shade of green. I agree. Peace is cheerful.

JRonson said...

beautiful flower there :) good work

Candy said...

JRonson, thank you! I'll be by to check out your work.

Deb Harvey said...

I think it's a very cheerful flower! I love flowers. How can you not smile when looking at a flower!

Teresa said...

It looks cool- refreshing. Pretty!

JRonson said...

Now i will write in english for everyone understand my post's on the blog :b

as i said before, this flower is supra beautiful and hv great colors :D

Tracey said...

Hi Candy,
It looks cheerful and spring like!!
Thanks for the suggestion of the author Louise Perry...I will have to try her. Right now I am reading
"Beach Music" by Pat Conroy. It is really good. Have you read any of his books?
Tracey

JRonson said...

I used A3 paper with many materials, like pastel, ink, watercolors, pencil, pen, color pencil ... well a lot of them, i made a great miscelanous of tecnhics to have a good result x)

diane.ca said...

Thank you for visiting my site and joining. Your work is lovely and I will be checking in regularly to see what you are doing.

Candy said...

Thank you, Tracey!

I haven't read anything by Pat Conroy, but I will check him out. After reading your comment, I went to his web site. I think I'm going to like him.

JRonson, thank you for the information. Your work is very intricate and interesting.

Hi, Diane! I'm glad I found you through Penny. Isn't she a kick? Once again, I have to tell you that I love the purses you made!

perugina said...

Hi Candy, thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting on Play My Heartand i have returned your kind visit.
Yes.. definitely Cheerful!
Love the loose style.. something i struggle with.
I look forward to following and mutual support.
Ciao
perugina

Cobalt Violet said...

Thank you for your sweet comment!

I love sunflowers and this one is beautiful. Really lovely work. Sunflowers have so much personality and always remind me of little faces.

jane minter said...

hi candy this is lovely and very fresh ...thankyou for visiting my blog

Watercolorist said...

You did the sunflower justice. I've yet to attempt one but want to. Very nice.
Jean