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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

It's hot outside!


Outside my window. This painting was dropped,stopped and cropped... really struggling with my creative process.

12 comments:

Gwen Buchanan said...

Wow!!! so luscious, I love this Cathy!!

RHCarpenter said...

It looks like a very good beginning but needs something to finish it off - perhaps something sparkly or very very dark bits here and there to lead the eye around? Sorry you're struggling. I'm blaming the heat and you can, too!

Sandra said...

I am also struggling with mine too! Must be something in the air!
Still, as always I think your painting is beautiful!

AK said...

Nice rhyming words but I can assure you it is looking lovely and worthy of being displayed.

Ruth said...

It's so lovely, and outside your window!

I'm struggling with writing too. Maybe it's that time of summer, and we're anticipating the start of school. While it inspires kids (some), it means a lot of work for you and me. Maybe just do a little bit, not as much as usual -- a stroke here and there, and me - a word here and there.

Ruth said...

It's lovely, and just outside your window. So nice.

I'm struggling with my writing too. Maybe it's that we are anticipating the start of school, and the work coming our way. Just a paint stroke, and a word or two here and there, is maybe what we should expect these days. Rest in who you are, my dear.

Barbara Weeks said...

Gorgeous color!

carolking said...

Looks good to me. But maybe you need to put this aside for awhile and then come back to it. I think the colors are beautiful.

Melanie Rawlings said...

The bold colours are cheerful and it has the making of something deep. If you are stuggling, perhaps a small change is needed to spark.Things small like a different colour palette

Liana Yarckin said...

it is hot, hot, hot here, too. but, your painting is wonderful! i saw the icon of it on someone else's blog and i had to come take a look!

IrinaSztukowski said...

Hi Cathy, I love this painting. Your style is very fearless. And no matter how you crop it looks beautiful. Just don't drop it :)
Thanks,
Irina

WatercolorsbyKarsten said...

Beautiful watercolors! So fun to see other watercolor painters. I am new to blogging...if you have any suggestions on how to meet other wonderful artists such as yourself....feel free to let me know.
Thanks, Karsten