Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Orange Tulip

Alas, the tulips are gone now, but I have plenty of photos to remember them by, and some will hopefully become the subject of paintings over the next year.

This little orange tulip was an experiment with using watercolors on clayboard. It was my 3rd or 4th attempt and it takes a little getting used to, as the paint moves around differently than on paper. The advantage is that it does not need to be framed under glass!

I'm happy to report that my experiment was a success, as this painting has made its way to a new home, thanks to Hidden Treasures Gallery in McMinnville, Oregon.

Look at these beauties! These were some specialty tulips at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in April. I feel a painting coming on....

Thanks for visiting!

3 comments:

Pepi said...

Que boniiiito......es precioso ese tulipan naranja y el marco que le has puesto queda genial.Un saludo.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

I just love this painting. It's so beautiful. The yummy color and softness. It's just lovely.

The Candy Shoppe said...

I love your work very well done