Friday, 28 March 2014

Getting there.....

Please don't feel you have to comment...I  just wanted to show you some of the progress of simple acrylic  painting and thought it would be interesting for you to see how it progressed before I got fed up of it and started something else......its sunny outside and the call of the land as always wins.... on go my running shoes ha ha  xxxx


12 comments:

Lin from A {tiny} Cottage In The Woods said...

I do love seeing an artist's work in progress, Lynn. We all learn from one another, and seeing your steps helps us discover and learn. This one is already lovely.
xo,
Lin

des souris et des lunes said...

it's beautiful! very moving.

flowers on my table said...

Oh my goodness it is beautiful Lynn, the expression on her face is so soft and a little melancholy, I love it. The colours too, are all so calm and easy. You are so gifted.
I hope your back is eased now and that you are well. Wishing you a very
happy Mother's Day for Sunday. With much love, Linda x

Vicki Boster said...

She is simply gorgeous-- I love her beautiful face-- and her hair--- and her dress. Sigh--- you are blessed with the talent to bring her so beautifully to life:)
Vicki

Pam :) said...

Delightful in every way ;)

tam said...

Makes me wish I could paint/draw! Have a fab run x

wanda miller said...

oh but I must comment...she is so beautiful and emotes so many thoughts, I am wondering what goes on in the mind of her?! ;)

Debbie Schramer said...

Hello,
I hope you remember me. I wrote to you several years ago. I make the tiny little fairy furniture. I love your blog and am so glad you are still sharing your beautiful work. My husband and I are trying to move to England to live and work on our art. We've been trying to find a little shop space to rent to sell our fairy furniture and paintings. I was just wondering if you might know of anyone who has a cute little shop to rent?? We have wanted to go to England for so many years and just finally decided we're not waiting anymore. Would love any suggestions you might have.
Love your blog; always so beautiful and sweet!!
Debbie

Debbie Schramer said...

Hello,
I hope you remember me. I wrote to you several years ago. I make the tiny little fairy furniture. I love your blog and am so glad you are still sharing your beautiful work. My husband and I are trying to move to England to live and work on our art. We've been trying to find a little shop space to rent to sell our fairy furniture and paintings. I was just wondering if you might know of anyone who has a cute little shop to rent?? We have wanted to go to England for so many years and just finally decided we're not waiting anymore. Would love any suggestions you might have.
Love your blog; always so beautiful and sweet!!
Debbie

Helen said...

Gorgeous!

Jema Rose - The Bohemian Girl said...

That looks stunning, love it!

Hugs & Blessings from Jenny

<3

the woolly dog said...

Beautiful.