Another Lake Junaluska swan. This swan was taking advantage of a little open water in the frozen lake. Painted this on a 5 x 5" panel.
I am participating in The "Riverchase loves artist" charity show tomorrow night and Saturday. 20% of the proceeds go to Alzheimers of Central Alabama, The Amelia Center and the Exceptional Foundation. Tomorrow night is invitation only but Saturday it is open to the public from 10-4.(Riverchase Country club) I also have work hanging for the month of February at the Levite Jewish Community Center here in town. Excited about both of these opportunities.SOLD
Love this! Juicy brushstrokes with gorgeous colors!! Yay for you!
Awesome to participate in the alzheimer's event. Very special. Congrats also on all the artwork hanging for the month in the community center. Your work is wonderful!
Very beautiful. I love all of your swan paintings. Good luck with your showings!ReplyDelete
Love your bold brush stokes and the cool color harmonies! Congrats on your shows. Wishing you much success!ReplyDelete
This is really beautiful and hard to believe it is on such a small scale! I love seeing your brushstrokes and the painterly feel. Your colors are gorgeous, as always.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the shows!
Great colors and brushstrokes! Congratulations on both of the events.ReplyDelete
Ton cygne est très bien réussi. J'apprécie beaucoup la petite touche rose qui donne de la vie à ton tableau.
Beautiful swan in absolutely stunning water. I wish you much success, Carol. The only paintings I've ever sold had all of the proceeds going to a charitable organization dealing with the oil spill cleanup. But it sure was fun creating for a purpose for me. I'm often not so good without a goal. By the way, I'll soon post the weaving project in situ. My energy is flagging and I just know I'll end up buying all of my shower gifts! Maybe I'll have this done in time for my daughter's new arrival in September??? LOLReplyDelete
I love the feel and colors in this. Good look at the shows! You are doing a wonderful thing helping the Alzheimers charity!ReplyDelete
Glorious color and paint handling, Carol! I love the daring way you painted the swan's face and neck, the inclusions of pink on the feathers and the reflections in the water! You keep finding ways to push your bold way of working and keep it fresh and surprising! And, on such a small surface!ReplyDelete
Love your brush strokes and colors. Good luck with the shows! I know you'll do well. Your paintings are wonderful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful brushwork, Carol.ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful painting with lush brushstrokes and colors. My favorite bits are on the swan's head. I love the bright orange and black with one stroke of lime green. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Belle fierté que celle de ce cygne et très jolies tonalités de couleurs ... Vous avez fait un incroyable travail dans les reflets également.ReplyDelete
Bisous et bon weekend à vous
Lovely swan painting! Congratulations on your exhibitions!ReplyDelete
Carol, just magnificent! Don't think I cant say much more....awesome!ReplyDelete
Love this Carol. The quality of light and the reflections are luminous. I also like the direct angle at which we see the subject- eyeball to eyeball!ReplyDelete
I have a thing about swans in paintings especially when they are so well painted like this one.ReplyDelete
Yummy paint application and wonder brushwork.ReplyDelete
Your swan is so beautiful! The brush strokes are just perfect - it feels like I could reach out and touch him. One of my favorites!ReplyDelete