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Woodland flowers

by Lynne
(Canada)

I experimented with a different style, painting loosely wet in wet and using contrast and intense colors.

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Oct 30, 2015
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Jan 12, 2010
I know...
by: Lynne

I know exactly what you mean. Initially the background was as light as the outside edges but when I darkened the center background, I had a lot of problems blending the edges into the lighter areas. The more I worked at it, the worse it got. On large paintings, I find it difficult to work fast enough to blend backgrounds even after wetting both sides of the paper. Maybe the confidence to work more quickly comes with experience.

Jan 12, 2010
WOODLAND FLOWERS
by: MARY ANN

I am confused with the face that the dark areas seem to stop with the stems of the flowers. Not sure what the dark areas represent. If they are leaves, they should extend beyond the stem and create a positive shape in the background. I am speaking especially of the dark shape at the top center of the painting. Negative painting is great, but it shouldn't be confined and at best, can become positive shapes in the background.

Jan 09, 2010
woodland flowers
by: Amby

Beautiful painting

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