Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tender bloom - SOLD

When I saw this rose pressed against our kitchen window pane I felt I had to immortalize it in paint. This delicate, tiny November bloom. But tenacious. Make analogies as you see fit. I'm particularly proud of this one. I figure I can say that since I also tell you when I'm pulling my hair out and think I can't paint a lick ; )
6"x8" / oil on canvas / SOLD

8 comments:

DeniseSCARAMAI said...

Beautiful and elegant work!
congrats!

Mary Anne Cary said...

Thanks for your comment, Kim. I have been following your abstract progress and have been impressed! I especially loved the "Exploring" painting you did, great job. Your trees are painted by someone with fearlessness and finesse! I am interested in following your progress on your book, your are a busy girl!!

martinealison said...

Ma chère Kim, j'ai manqué de nombreuses publications !... mais ce matin je découvre de très belles oeuvres... Des portraits aux regards extraordinaires. Des yeux d'une grande limpidité, des yeux d'enfant qui brillent d'innocence...
Cette dernière peinture avec cette belle rose blanche est aussi très jolie. Il y a une grande délicatesse et une véritable fraîcheur...

Gros bisous.

Jerry Stocks said...

Wow and Wow!!! What a beautiful painting--the simplicity of it is what appeals to me. I especially love the shadow.

Crystal Cook said...

Yes of course you can tell us that! :) I would be proud of this one too. I LOVE the subtle colors. And yes I'm analogising (??) away on this one. I love that tenacious November bloom.

Sandra Busby said...

I can see why you are proud! It is stunning! :0)

Brenda L. Murray said...

You should be very proud of this one! It's gorgeous!
Cheers,
Brenda

LindaHunt said...

This is so very pretty...you should be proud.