they're all sold or in private collections now
I learned quite a bit from this challenge. As usual, I skipped around in subjects, sizes, medium, just about everything. I learned that I need to focus on one thing! I was using this challenge to explore acrylics and figured out how to
achieve the look of oils! I was also able to paint a few subjects that I had never painted before, like the waterlilies.
I'll still be using oils but am happy to have another
less expensive alternative.
Thanks for following and supporting me through this challenge!
I can't wait for next year's:)
What a fantastic and colorful show of your works, really show your skills ! Congratulations !
I'm just getting around to checking out some of the other artists in the 30 in 30 challenge. Glad to meet you here! I like your colorful, lively body of work.
Hi Jane! Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate your comments:)
Hi Sandy! It's nice to meet you too! I'm also enjoying seeing everyone's hard work!
These are lovely, Jennifer, and yes, nice to meet you too!
Thank you Carol!:)
Jennifer, you are UNREAL! You and another dear blogger friend are so FAST when it comes to painting gorgeous scenes! I still have you in my heart and mind for the next project; my husband may be getting laid off and we won't know for another 10 days. But either way, I will find a way to get the next project started. I am super excited about it. I have had many compliments about the current piece you did for me, and it gives me so much joy to view it in my subtle and calm studio.
Thank you my dear for coming to visit. Anita
I'll be sending good vibes your way Anita! I'm sure it's a very scary time for you both.
Thanks so much for letting me know you get compliments on our previous project! But really the subject is what's so beautiful!:)
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