Daisies and Ladybird

Daisies and Ladybird
Daisies and Ladybird

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Beets

Thankyou so much for all your comments!!!

Beets
Oil on canvas board,12"x10"
SOLD
The time between seeing something I want to paint and actually getting on with it ,is getting shorter.Before I started blogging years went by without picking up a brush,now its a matter of hours between each painting.I put this down to a number of inspiring events ,but  most of all blogging and the many, wonderful, talented artists that take the time to leave encouraging comments.

7 comments:

  1. I feel the same way about all the supportive comments and advice that I get from my blog friends. I'm glad we inspire you to paint, you're paintings are always delightful. I like how you did the background in this piece, with the two different sides fading into each other. I need to start getting more creative with the backgrounds like that!

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  2. Nicely done! Painting in a studio is such a very solitary activity... we are really fortunate to live in a time when blogging is possible. Comments are so affirming and encouraging! Your work is certainly worthy of taking a moment to let you know that.:)

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  3. Hi Azra, You have done a magnificent job of capturing the look and texture of these beets. They are not real popular in the States, but I absolutely love them pickled.

    In terms if comments, if not for you and other loggers, I'm not sure I could get through the tough days without you. We are all a great support group!

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  4. Hello Azra:) Your beautiful art is screeming for comments, time or no time I always enjoy looking at your paintings:)
    And yes, my blog family does mean a lot to me. I always love to commenting and also love the comments I get.
    Have a lovely weekend:)

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  5. O, I almost forget... Your beets are beautiful hihi

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  6. I agree with Karla. You've captured the dusty feel of fresh picked ones (that I love roasted or pickled! Yum!)

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  7. You totally got the texture of beets-that dry, milky feel they have about them. I'm a huge fan of beets-especially golden ones. Well done.

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