Sunday, January 26, 2014

Foxglove

Foxglove                oil on linen panel                16" x 8"
Foxglove is a flower that has long branches with numerous little bell shaped flowers on them. I painted this in August and then, in the way of all things in an unscheduled summer, it just didn't ever get posted! Hope you enjoy a bit of summer color now.

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7 comments:

Celeste Bergin said...

what a beautiful painting...so much variety in color and shapes...love it!

hmuxo said...

Love this painting, Mary. Beautiful colors...love the splash of blues.....

Helen H Trachy said...

Wow! This is such a beauty! I don't know much about that typoe of flower, but if the real thing looks like half of this one, my garden needs some. Love your work!

Sherry Schmidt said...

So beautiful Mary! But then your florals always are!

CAROL HOPPER -- A PAINTER'S JOURNAL said...

Everything about this painting is lovely. Your background is so strong it sets the painting off with gusto.

Laura Buxo said...

Beautiful! I love the abstract qualities and, of course, your great colors.

Helen Moreda said...

Yes, I love the bit of color during this dull, dry drought we are having here in California. I studied your positive and negative spaces, strokes. Love learning....they are done so nicely.