24 January 2016

Snowdrops - a different approach...



Ik ben nog steeds met sneeuwklokjes bezig. Met dank aan de vele foto's die ik van John van JWJArts heb gekregen. Heel erg bedankt, John, je bent een getalenteerd kunstenaar en fotograaf!
Dit is  geschilderd op een ander papier dan ik gewend ben, Moulin du Roy van Canson. Ik moet er erg aan wennen.

I am still busy painting snowdrops. Thanks to to the many photo's I got from John of JWJArts. Many many thanks, John, you are a talented artist and great photographer!
This is painted on a different paper than I usually use, Canson Moulin du Roy. It takes some getting used to. 

16 comments:

  1. These are so very beautiful, so bright and like gorgeous dancers!!

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  2. Lovely snowdrops, Judy! I never tire of seeing them :) I love the soft colors you used in the painting.
    Kathryn XX

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  3. A beautiful mood. New wonderful series is coming from your brushes!!!

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  4. Hi, Judy, good work. I hope you'll have fun in drawing! Best wishes, Sadami

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  5. Dear Judy - so lovely. The background makes these white ones really stand out. Have a great day.

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  6. Interesting approach with your snowdrops Judy. Lovely.

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  7. Your paintings are so compelling. The lost and found edges is a technique i have yet to master... i love it so.

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  8. Dag Judy, je sneeuwklokjes zijn geweldig mooi, ze kijken je zo vrolijk aan vind ik...
    groetjes van Simonne

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  9. So delicate! You capture their stoic fragility.

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  10. Beautiful softness, great work Judy!

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  11. Il y a une une très belle atmosphère dans ton tableau Judy, les fondus et la lumière sont magnifiques.

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  12. Snowdrops are such beautyful flowers! Nice of John to give you the photos :)
    so that we all can enjoy theses beautyful paintings!

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  13. Snowdrops are such beautyful flowers! Nice of John to give you the photos :)
    so that we all can enjoy theses beautyful paintings!

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  14. Your snowdrops are lovely, Judy! Mine, in the garden, have visible buds and may boom soon, thanks to the very mild winter. For now, I'm enjoying your depictions of spring's messenger

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