Saturday, March 08, 2008

GARDEN

24"x 48" Mixed Media on Canvas

This is a newer version of a painting done years ago. Always regretted selling it so I've done another "garden".

Thanks for visiting! ellen

22 comments:

James said...

Nice texture and palette. I can smell the lavender.

NANCY LEFKO said...

simply gorgeous....

Janice said...

I understand that feeling Ellen. Its a beautiful piece.

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

Terrific work!

andi butler said...

this is so comforting and relaxed, a really wonderful piece!

a : )

claudine hellmuth said...

this is wonderful! I can really feel the sunlight on her shoulders!

carga said...

very suggrent and ice colors

alice said...

this is so peaceful... it feels like I'm out in the dappled light, too!

Thanks for your kind words :o)

Rrramone said...

Wonder what she's thinking?? Very nice.

Eric Shalley said...

I really like the textures you have created in this work. I can see why you wanted to make another.

van dyke said...

Outside on a sunny day. Wish I was there now. Very appealing. Wonderful!

Nicole said...

This is beautiful! Magic moment!

Computerarte said...

Lovely contribution!

Laurel Neustadter said...

I love the colors and impressionistic approach. Very nice.

Honor Bowden said...

Just lovely! Wonderful composition.

Jill said...

Ellen - I think it's better than the original! Are you going to sell this one? :-)

Liz Jones said...

Lovely!

ValGalArt said...

your palette and textures add to the mood! Magnificent!

carla said...

Ellen - this is dreamy! I can almost feel the beautiful warmth of the field and and smell the flowers. I am sure that whoever has the fist painting must really be enjoying it!

rebecca woodward said...

The colors = perfect!
The texture = perfect!
The sensation...ooh,laalaa!
Who wouldn't just LOVE this one?!!

Thanks for sharing...

imwithsully said...

It's too bad you don't have a digital archive of the original piece. This one is quite lovely!

Cathy said...

Love it, Ellen! really beautiful textures and colours