Thursday, September 26, 2013

Day 26 - 30 in 30 Challenge

A Pink Spring
16x20 watercolor by Liana Yarckin

Well, now I don't want to post my paintings unless they are to the level of my last posts.  I worked on groups of people with no "fantastic" turn out.  The photo of these pink tulips had been sitting on my desk saying, "pick me, pick me."  I took the photos at the Dallas Arboretum the year my son took his first steps while we where there!  That was about 10 years ago.  

Email subscribers, be patient, only 4 more days of paintings, IF I can continue painting and having something I am pleased to share with you.  

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12 comments:

  1. Gosh Liana - I'd give my right toe to paint a flower like that! JUST BEAUTIFUL! ;)

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    1. Thank you, Kellie! I needed that after days of not getting to paint and then when I did, not happy with my paintings.

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  2. Beautiful work Liana, congratulations on completing the challenge!

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    1. Celia, thank you. love your watercolors, too!

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  3. Absolutely beautiful! Love the colors and the light. You are very talented!

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    1. Thank you, Judy. I appreciate that coming from an artist that paints such gorgeous flowers.

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  4. WOW!! Stunning! Stunning! Me, too... (well I wouldn't give my toe - I like my toes :O), but it would be awesome to paint like like this. It looks like you could pick those tulips right off the paper!

    Thank you so very much for your comments at my blog! Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

    Have fun with the rest of the 30 in 30 !!



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  5. Liana, this is absolutely fantastic and another favorite! I love those amazing colors and light!!!

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  6. Very Vibrant Liana, loved the tulips. Thanks for your story on my blog about Eyeballs. Love it when someone has a personal story behind a painting!

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  7. Absolutely gorgous Liana! I' m impressed by your work.

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    1. Thank you, Helen. Love your watercolors, too!

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  8. What a wonderful light! They are glowing

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