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Friday, June 4, 2010

Summer Snow Balls

watercolor 22 x 30 SOLD

Since the cotton woods are dropping their seeds, it looks like snow. These white hydrangea also remind me of snow balls. My pink and blue hydrangea have buds on them already and will be blooming before you know it.
Thought I was going to finish planting the flowers today, but instead, I was preparing for a class I will be teaching at the senior center tomorrow. I will be teaching them how to paint tulips. As a surprise, I am giving everyone a pair of garden gloves....do you think I can convenience them to come and help me weed?
Hope you all have a great weekend ahead. I just about have my studio back in order. I will finish that up this weekend. I will be teaching an all day workshop on fruits and veggies on Wednesday. There are a few openings left. Call if you are interested...


Prabal said...

I think you can ask your students to do this one as a exercise of negative painting.. After doing this one they all will be experts in negative painting I am sure... The subtle shadows in the floewrs add a great depth too.

Rogério Santana said...

Just lovely and wonderful!

Kathy said...

Hi Prabel...so you think I should ask my students to try this? I hope I wouldn't lose them. You know I love to negative paint (in a positive way) :)
I getting ready to go and teach some senior citizens how to paint a tulip and bulb. Then I will get my life back to paint something I want to paint...maybe another Chicago scene?

Hi Rogerio...I am happy to hear that you like my painting. And, I do appreciate that you keep coming back. Have a great week.