So after an hour on the painting I stood back for the umpteenth time and thought: This puppy will need an explanation. And that's never a good sign ; ) I liked the string of lights I had put in across the top, so I rubbed off the bottom and just kept going with the lights. Cause sometimes you gotta know when to fold 'em (yep - Kenny Rogers is going through my head)
6" x t6" / oil on panel / $75
Love it! Glow, Glow, Glow! :)
Glow was just "a party waiting to happen" so glad you discovered it. Wonderful fun composition and love the lights all over the place. Just fabulous.
This is The Best Post Ever. :) I LOVE Glow!!
WOW! Really a fun, colorful painting!! :-)
This is so much FUN! Love it! I am at least a dozen paintings behind and could leave a comment on each one because they are all so good. Love all of your ornament and jelly jar paintings!
That is exactly what happened yesterday. I knew when to fold'em. I worked for hours on a painting and then wiped the canvas clean. There was a time when I would have worked it until "the cows came home". You made a great save! :)
Pour éclairer ma journée, rien de mieux... Très jolie peinture...
Sorry I missed a few posts! Wonderful wok though - I particularly love the second, quirky jam composition and the silver bauble! And this one is such fun too!
LOVE IT x
You have got to be the most fun person EVER! What a great, great painting!!!
Kim, looks great! Love the repeating pattern! Trusting your instinct was a good move !
Fun! Very fun! Rudolph will be jealous with all these cute red bulbs lighting up your studio...
Glow, indeed! I love it!
I liked this painting!
cheerful and light!
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