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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Day 21 Hydrangea Vase

Hydrangea Vase

After I painted Hydrangea Blue I couldn't resist doing another one.
I simply love these colors.
They could be a matched set.

There's a new variety of hydrangeas that have all three colors on each blossom.
They are fabulous.

Hydrangea Vase 
unframed 7" x 5" water mixable oil on a panel.
$50 + $6 shipping.


7 comments:

  1. I don't think I've ever seen the multicolored hydrangeas, but you make them look (and sound) so appealing. Love all those shades of purple! (P.S. nope, sorry to say it's not your kitchen!)

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  2. I do a show in Augusta, KY and they have fabulous hydrangeas in a garden there that have all three colors on them. They are incredible. Are you sure you weren't channeling my kitchen when you painted that. Anyway, I don't know what I'd do with all the extra points anyway.

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    1. You, my dear, are the funniest blogger I know! I now want to challenge you to do a painting of your kitchen!

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    2. Not fair, not fair. You know I cannot resist a challeng! I may bring my paints upstairs and paint it next time I paint. Thanks for the compliment about being a funny blogger. I aim to entertain one way or another.

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    3. I'll be eagerly awaiting your painting!

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  3. Beautiful! I really like your technique for these!

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    1. Thanks Cathy. The technique is interesting. Throw as much paint as possible at it and see what sticks.

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