Saturday, March 8, 2008

IF: Looking Into The Garden

"She was confined to only look into the garden but never enter"
I was really please with the way this painting came out. My husband keeps asking me what am I going to do with all of the things I've been drawing and painting? I really don't know. I just feel like being creative has been bottle up in me for so long I'm just happy to let some of it out.

14 comments:

Rrramone said...

Cool that you didn't put the details of her face. :-)

Debra Cooper said...

This is quite beautiful! The white of the curtain and her dress against the chain fence and that over a pretty blue with the garden framed to make you want to climb through. Very nice.

steve said...

Good for you--that's what it's all about. I wouldn't mind trying some painting again soon as well. Real nice contemplative and peaceful piece here.

Janvangogh said...

This is very sweet.

Ramsey said...

i'm glad you've found a creative release! bottled up ideas is no good. it feels so nice to let it out.

sad little piece though.

thanks for your comment on mine.

Chris said...

Very nice. The blank face was a great choice.

Bee said...

Lovely scene and sentiment.

johanna said...

this is lovely, you can really feel the girl's longing

daily artwork gallery said...

I doesn´t matter what you do with the paintings. You are being creative, that matters! Nice and good use of colors.
I appreciated you liked my winter garden!

sycla said...

Reminds me of villas on the east coast of Mexico...Well done!

And thank you for the comments on my latest piece. :)

carla said...

This has such a strong feeling of peaceful contemplation. You've created solitude for the figure by turning her head from us, but the sunny atmosphere makes this a positive solitude. Enjoy the process of painting... it sounds like for now, that's really what it's all about! You're enjoying the journey!

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RetroAlchemist said...

I love to create, and if I didn't sell my work, I'd be drowning in it! You should consider selling some of your paintings. I think you have a wonderful style that would be appreciated by many. Take a look at www.etsy.com for a good place to start selling online.

Daz Cox said...

but you're already doing something with your art, you are sharing it with us!

nice painting!