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Friday, 7 December 2012

Wild Ones Winter Edition

Wild Ones Winter Edition
Oil on canvas board,12"x10"
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I had great fun during the summer painting wildflowers and I thought that was it for this year until I saw these.I have no idea what they're called but they looked so pretty against the frost.

12 comments:

  1. So pretty Azra! Love the soft colors. Hugs, Karen

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  2. Great! I love the lost edges and atmosphere. Good luck with the Daily Paintworks also! I haven't been able to contribute at all for almost a year now and really miss it. You go, girl!

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  3. The white 'berries' could be from the 'Symphoricarpus' plant...but of course it is difficult to see from a painting. In any case, this is a true favorite, love how you do the transparence, and it is such a beautiful composition . Wish you a nice Sunday.

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  4. I like this one Azra. The minimalism is refreshing.

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  5. Your colors are so pretty, Azra. It's amazing that you found wildflowers in the frost!

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  6. The pink and the aqua blue catches eye and I love the network of stalks inside the glass, you did a great job on this one Azra!

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  7. So fresh and pretty, Azra! Love it!

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  8. Very pretty, light and delicate. Very nice to bring attention to the bright spots in the winter landscape!

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  9. Very nice indeed! I really like the stalks in the water.

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  10. Hi Azra:) What a delicious soft colored painting! The icy blue background is very beautiful against the red berries. The vase is as usual very nicely painted again. I don't know the name of these plants. Popularly we call them here commune plants but that is certainly not the official name:)

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  11. This is absolutely gorgeous, I love the subject, composition and the colours!

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  12. Gorgeous flowers and lovely colors, great painting.

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