Hi AnnaLove both your projects!!Good idea with the bag, it turned out beautifully, looking forward to seeing what you do with your next work in progress bagIt was a good day to be inside painting today wasn't it, I've been doing the same, but no result to dare show on my blog post yet, my painting didn't want to come forward, hopefully tomorrowxo
Hi Anna,That painting is great! It looks like a fancy travel magazine picture and if I didn't know any better I would say it's a photo indeed! Are there any one day painting workshops (for beginners) you know of in Melbourne which you'ld reccomand? (Hmmm...did I spell that right?)
wowzer that first picture looks like a photo!!! how do you make the water look like that?? really wonderful.%*_*%
Anna they are beautiful and great ideas :) I love calico and painting on it is great fun :) Love the rhinestones you did. :) hugs Vicki
Just beautiful! I agree, the water in the first piece looks SO realistic! Great job!!Darla
Love love Love the paintings, Love the soft colours you have used. thanks for sharing
Wow, you have been busy. I've got a little behind catching up with everyone's blogs. That sunset picture was glorious. I shall have to try out your water technique sometime when I get around to painting again:)Maybe when Liam goes to school.Thanks for wishing Liam a happy birthday...he had a good time.Congratulations on being published again.On BTW my craft class is once a fortnight at Missy Moo in Croydon. Its a studio class so you work on your own thing and ge5t help when you need it. Plus chatting, coffee, fabric browsing...you know.Hugs,Sharon
These are totally very beautiful. I love the designs and color combination. Love it!!!
Great designs... wish I have that kind of talent... looking forward to more of your stunning paints.
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