Carol Carter

18 May 2012

Don't Leave Me Behind Tulips!

So...   I have been working on my third painting on FABRIANO paper.  I returned to Spring and familiar subject matter--- TULIPS!

I wanted to see how the paper performed and how the paint handled in the manner that I need it to-- Wet and loose!

So far-- I'm really pleased with the way it's turning out.

I deliberately stopped working on it-- so I could gain perspective.    I want the last tulips to be the center of interest and the most dynamic.  I need to make sure that they will be done with clarity and right color choices and value.

Don't Leave Me Behind Tulips
25" h x 40" w
in progress


RH Carpenter said...

Loving this bright burst of springtime, Carol! I also loved your self-portrait a la Frida but could no longer get into Facebook to see anything (darn).

Rustique Restoration said...

This is going to be yet another wow painting! You sure know how to choose color and work that brush! I can't wait to see this completed!

Studio at the Farm said...

I simply love them, Carol! They are so very bright and sumptuous.

Carol Carter said...

i have worked a few more tulips today... but still waiting for rainy wet day to finish! thank you for your support... love your posts!

Heather said...

Your work amazes me! Congratulations on this painting. The color is simply stunning!

Carol Carter said...

thank you heather!! thank you for your compliment! i visited your blog today.. and love your work too. nice to see you are from FLORIDA!