Monday, 8 July 2013

Here comes the Sun..

I so enjoyed posting once a week, that its going to be my new normal :)
Here's this week's efforts on the painting front - and all to do with sun!


Sun Worshipper

11x8 inches
Saunders Waterford 140 Rough


Sun Dance

15 x 11 inches
Saunders Waterford 140 Rough

38 comments:

  1. They are both gorgeous!

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  2. I love your beautifully painted sunflowers, gorgeous work. Annette

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    1. Thanks, Netty and welcome to my blog! x

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  3. Wow, Pat, absolutely masterpieces!!! Congrats! Very beautiful and they tell lots of stories!
    Best wishes, Sadami

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    1. Thanks, Sadami - they were great fun to paint.. and a few stories in them for sure! xx

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  4. Love these Pat, beautifully done and they so speak of summer and sun!

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    1. Glad you like them Bren - sunflowers always shout "Summer!" to me :) xx

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  5. Pat, I love these. They are somehow so full of movement- they really look "alive". Well done!

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    1. Thanks, Christiane. Its lovely to read that you can see the movement in them :) xx

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  6. WOW! What GOEGEOUS sunflowers!!!!! Very well done!!! ♥♥♥♥♥

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    1. Thanks Robin - glad you like them :) xx

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  7. I love sunflowers! Arianna

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  8. Questi Girasole sono esplosivi!
    Bellissimi!
    Ciao Pat,felice settimana!!

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    1. Thanks Francesco! I had beautiful subjects in front of me and a little magic in my brush.. :) xx

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    1. Thanks, Jane. Its going up in our house this weekend! xx

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  10. Oh those are fabulous. I love sunflowers and you did a wonderful job on these.
    I wish I could get myself to cut back on how much I post but for some reason I just can't do it...lol

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  11. Lovely sunflowers. I think they are so hard to paint.

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    1. Thanks, Polly. They're not easy, but so satisfying when you end up with a painting you like! :) xx

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  12. Wow, these really 'scream' hot summer sunshine. Gorgeous paintings Pat ... love them both.

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    1. Thanks, John! It has been a bit warm here recently..

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  13. Ah I love your color of sun - these are so lovely. Have a great week.

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    1. Thanks, Debbie - and you too xx

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  14. Fabulous sunflowers. I love the yellows.

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    1. Thanks, Cora. Yellows are lovely in watercolour. Transparent yellow is my fave :)

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  15. Beautiful sunflowers Pat. Bright and sunny.

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    1. Thanks, Laura - bright and sunny is how I love all my work :)

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  16. Beautiful! Are you lucky and have sunflowers in your garden? I have always loved them, but found they don't like the humidity in my garden.

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  17. Wonderful! Great detail and color.

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    1. Thanks, Linda. I like my flowers recognisable :)

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  18. Your paintings are always so happy Pat. These are beautiful and filled with light. So glad i stopped by.

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    1. Thank you, Ross. I'm not even sure I could paint a miserable picture - and I have no intention of trying :lol:

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  19. Your sunflowers are glorious Pat. Some of your best work I think! xx

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  20. Hi Pat! I'm very happy to visit your blog today. Lots of beautiful work and I like that you experiment also. Your sunflower is gorgeous and I love the hazy background. One of summer's nicest flower. I'll be back to see more.

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