Wednesday, 4 November 2015

One rose, fixed in memory.

Back in the garden that I left behind, was one of my favourite roses.
Before we left, I took some photos of it - and this painting was created from one of them. It's now fixed firmly in my memory, because I can see this painting, daily.

The rose is a David Austin - and the type is "A Shropshire Lad"

My painting is quarter sheet size - that's 15" x 11" --and is painted on Saunders Waterford 140lb rough paper.

Peachy Pink


 

7 comments:

  1. Pretty! Do you have a garden at your new home? I see a whole series of new paintings of a new garden in the making!

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  2. Beautiful painting Pat - an everlasting rose :-)

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  3. Dear Pat such a lovely rose. It will certainly be fixed in your memory. Hope you are doing better friend and your hubby. ,

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  4. Very pretty, so delicately rendered!

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  5. Gorgeous painting, Pat! It is always a little sad to leave a beloved plant behind, I still miss my lilac.

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  6. A beautiful, delicate painting Pat. Gorgeous!!

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