Sunday, August 15, 2010

LOOKIT!


My latest watercolor, "Teton Pass Afternoon"  8x12 on Arches 140cp


Flowers from my garden (with a little Photoshop enhancement).  After years of failure "baby's breath" finally grows there.


And like last time Thomas is wondering when I will move this thing out of his spot of sun.


13 comments:

frayedattheedge said...

Your watercolour is fabulous - I just don't have an artistic bone in my body!!

Sarah said...

I love your painting! Also your flowers look lovely in the sun-poor Thomas but I am sure he will put up with it. Baby's breath is such a weird name for a flower though!

CeeCee said...

Beautiful painting!
My cat would be wondering when I'd leave the room so he could eat the flowers.

Jill said...

Your water colour is super. I love your trees.
Pretty flowers, I learned to say gypsophila paniculata as a child as I just loved the sound of the words.

TALON said...

The water color has such freshness about it! And I love Thomas's expresssion - lol! Glad the baby's breath grows for you now. It really softens an arrangement, doesn't it?

Linda Sue said...

BEAUTIFULLLL! Thomas looks hungry...you should feed your cat...Your flowers are wonderful- I am growing dandelions this year and loads of other volunteers...they are quite successful!

Linda Sue said...

"lookit" is such an Idaho/wyoming thing to say. It's funny when you take it apart- look it...hahahaha

Flea said...

I adore the watercolor!

Mama Zen said...

I love your painting!

Pam said...

How beautiful Leenie! ..and you are so talented.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Had to restart my phone (cough)..this watercolor is fabulous Leenie- just draws you right into this peaceful setting- nice work! The spray of flowers are gorgeous with your big beautiful black kitty!! Very nice-

Krista said...

Love it! It could be a greeting card! You could put the flowers in with my Trump/Bieber and we could make MILLIONS! Ha!

DayPhoto said...

WOW!!!! I love your work!

Maybe Thomas was saying he approves also.

Linda
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