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Saturday, June 1, 2013

A funny thing happened on the way to the trash bin...

The top painting was all but gone when i started to play with a more expanded palette, i like the blue outlining the parts of the painting. Middle painting, was getting a bit to dull for my taste so i added watercolor pencil  and i think it added some zip.My grand baby needs a bit of blue under her nose. She is far to beautiful to paint and oh did i mention SWEET!

12 comments:

Judy said...

Your grand baby is totally adorable!

Mathilde Le Goff said...

Great colors! I love them!
I put a link on my blog...

Mathilde

http://unegouttedepeinturedansleau.blogspot.fr/

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

I'm so glad these three did not make it to the trash bin. They are beautiful and colorful and wonderful.

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

Oh and while you're granddaughter needs a bit of blue under her nose she is a real cutie!

Jane said...

Love these three Cathy , absolutely adore your courage with the colors , beautiful ! The two last ones are my favorites , but the first one is interesting, too. Have a nice weekend.

laura said...

Such penetrating eyes on your granddaughter, and what a lovely subject she is!
Your flower paintings are always inspirational: daring and vivid!

Gwen Buchanan said...

Beautiful! I usually don't pick favourites but the middle one is amazing!!!

and I agree grandchildren are adorable!

Christine's Arts said...

Hi Cathy! Thanks for visiting my blog! I have had so much fun looking yours over today! Beautiful work and I love what you said a few pics down. "Play first and find the paintings later."

Christine's Arts said...

Hi Cathy! Thanks for visiting my blog! I have had so much fun looking yours over today! Beautiful work and I love what you said a few pics down. "Play first and find the paintings later."

Helen H Trachy said...

Great splashes of colors, that's what I like about your paintings. You are not afraid to dare! Lovely child :)

JANE MINTER said...

very special granddaughter's portrait cathy ....great approach and way to work cathy

JANE MINTER said...

very special your painting of your grand daughter cathy