Thursday, 7 June 2012

Happy Endings

Here we go with the finished painting.
I hope you enjoyed the step by step and weren't hanging around too long to see the end :)

Happy Endings

15" x 11"
Arches 140 Rough
WN aq paints



26 comments:

  1. Well, cheers to a very happy ending, Pat! A lovely painting!

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  2. They say good things are worth waiting for Pat, and indeed you have proved it. This is lovely and I have enjoyed seeing the step-by-step's, it is always interesting to see how artists work.

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  3. Thanks Judy. Glad you liked it :) xx

    Thank you Ann, nice to know you enjoyed the step by step and the final painting. xx

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  4. This is a winner. To leave so much of white of a paper in a painting and still manage a winner is awesome. Along with all that super slow motion thing happening I love the reflection of the cherries and the cherries too.

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  5. Cheers, dear Pat. The painting is wonderful. The glasses are transparent and shining, and everything seems so fresh and clear

    Best wishes
    Elsbeth

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  6. Hola Pat. Has finalizado tu acuarela, es chispeante y me transmite alegría!! Te felicito. Un abrazo

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  7. Pat love your finished painting. I have never painted crystal in watercolor. It always seemed overwhelming. You made it look easier by your break down of the steps. Thanks so much for sharing - Take care and God Bless.

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  8. Hi Pat. Well, it's really worth the wait and the celebration! It is so perfect and simple. I lOVE it!!!

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  9. You've finished it beautifuly, Pat! A real happy ending!xo

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  10. Well, what can I say? Here's to a gorgeous painting! I love it! Cheers! :0)

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  11. Pat, what a cheerful painting. I love the reflections! Really well done.

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  12. I think I said it before , but you are the queen of crystal, wonderful painting !

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  13. I did enjoy the step by step presentation and the finished piece is fabulous

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  14. Pat, this is a very cool painting. I would love to see it close up. What a great idea! Brilliant! I love the colors and the way the water droplets are suspended in the air. Very nice indeed...

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  15. This worked out beautifully Pat.
    thanks for the WIP too..

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  16. Hi Pat, had trouble posting on here earlier, wanted to tell you how much I like this painting and thanks for showing your step by step.. Great job! BJ

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  17. Thank you Prabal. That's a huge compliment and I'm flattered *smiles* xx

    thanks Elsbeth, so pleased you like it xx

    Thanks Sonia. :) xx

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  18. Thanks, Debbie, So glad to hear the step by step made crystal not so scary for you xx

    Thanks, Kathryn! I always find taking it a bit at a time does make it feel easier :) xx

    Thank you, Anamaria. Its an ending I very happy with xx

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  19. Thanks, Sandra. Glad you love it :) xx

    Thanks Christiane, it is a cheerful painting and I love the abstract quality to those reflections and spilled champagne :) xx

    Thank you Jane, I do appreciate it xx

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  20. Thank you Ann. Glad you like it xx

    Ross, I'm only a plane ride away and then you can see it in person :) xx

    Thanks BJ. Glad you like it and the step by step xx

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  21. Thanks Robin xx

    Whoops, BJ, two comments! Blogger must have been playing up or it was the fact I couldn't moderate the comments yesterday as we had a really bad storm and my electric was intermittent. Anyhow, glad you liked all the stages and the final painting :) xx

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  22. This is such a joyful painting. I love the reds!

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  23. Oh, this is so refreshing looking (although I've never drank) and those red cherries just pop!

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  24. This is a fantastic composition Pat!

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