I am wondering if you might be a little impressed that I did not title this "baby white cow"? I found out at an art show in Nashville that the white cows are charolais. This calf looks so much like a lamb that I googled pictures of lambs to see the differences. I painted this charolais on an 8 x 8" gallery wrap canvas.
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WOW Carol, you've outdone yourself! Love the expression, color, beautiful brushwork...LOVE IT ALL!ReplyDelete
Carol, this is outstanding! Love the way you've handled all the shades of white from sunlight whites to shadow whites. Such a sweet face!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol, Love this. the sweet expression, the colors, the purples, lavenders, even the bright touches of the Yellow/Orange Really special. Keep up the great work, I look forward to seeing my inbox each day for what might be in it from you!!ReplyDelete
ps...I really enjoy "Big White" you sent me last month.
Looks like a white cow to me :) expertly painted of course...ReplyDelete
Fantastic color and brushwork as usual!ReplyDelete
I am in love...this is just the best! That sweet face is all cow-to-be and could never be mistaken for a lamb! The snout and broader face are just amazing and very "charolais". Love that you taught us all a new word along with getting to see a gorgeous fresh painting too!ReplyDelete
Dear, dear baby white cow.ReplyDelete
Sorry I have not called you back again. Will try
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What a beauty!! I always think of cows as warm and loving and gentle, a spirit you always capture in your cow paintings. The white charolais also adds innocence to that sense. I wonder if it is their huge eyes and super long lashes that give me that sense.ReplyDelete
Love the cows face and those beautiful brushstrokes of white and violet tones.ReplyDelete
Beautiful color and strokes! Your paintings bring such happiness. !ReplyDelete