Thursday, March 8, 2012

harumph

 Thank you for being patient with me these last few days as I have stuck to painting what makes me purely happy.  I needed some comic relief from the anxiety and work that comes with preparing to move.  My Boston ladies have been a sweet release.  This is painted on a 10 x 10" gallery wrapped canvas.

And.....I would love to hear some of your ideas for a title for this painting.  My "harumph" was from the lady in green in regards to Ruby and her red suit. Chartreuse is a bit bold too.
In actuality, they were all wearing black or navy.
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11 comments:

  1. What a great series! Hopefully in a few years someone will get such pleasure out of seeing me (us) at the beach!!

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  2. These paintings are SO fun! Great titles too. Your rendering of the women is great, but I also really like you you paint the water. Very very nice!

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  3. Lovely painting! I like this serie of paintings a lot. Maybe because I can recognize myself in this last painting and am having such a good time.
    How about " The beach girls " or " It's now or never ". Great work!!

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  4. That's because that is what woman wear in Boston! Great painting! My favorite subject.

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  5. You owe it to yourself to give yourself "painting breaks" in order to keep your sanity during this move. Great job on these Boston ladies!

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  6. I am loving this fun series too, Carol. Especially those sassy bathing suits! Keep up the great work! :)

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  7. "Just who does she think she is?" wearing that attention grabbing red?
    This series is just fabulous and one so many can relate to.

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  8. Have they started on your new house yet, Carol? Oh to be on property loaded with trees. Anyway, the ladies are always fabulous and I am wanting a swim dress like the lady in the eggplant colored one.

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  9. Il est bon de retrouver vos oeuvres après plus de 6 semaines d'absence... Je rentre tout juste des Philippines...
    j'aime votre série des femmes de la plage...
    Gros bisous

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  10. Really Carol, how can you possibly improve on "Harumph"? I love any title that makes me smile and that adds even more personality to a painting... I say keep it! And I love this wonderful painting, too. I love all your ladies :)

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