Tuesday, March 30, 2010

I painted these hydrangeas last week. It seemed like the perfect thing to post on this lovely spring day. I was a little concerned about the water and glass but it turned out pretty well! In fact, I think I might paint more glass today. I picked a lilac bloom on my morning walk with the schnauzers and put it in a little vintage milk bottle when we got back home. It's so pretty and smells so sweet!

White Hydangeas in water. Oil on canvas. 16 x 20

We'll be gone for a few days of family fun. I'll try to squeeze in a little plein air painting while were in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Are the bluebonnets bloomimg yet?
Easter Blessings!


Rochelle said...

Wow Roxanne...this painting is so life like! And, I am glad you are enjoying some spring weather - we on the other hand along with the ducks are enjoying "wetness"!
Have a wonderful Easter!

molly said...

THis looks so real!! your glass is wonderful- Have a blessed Easter with your family my friend!

Polly Jones said...

I love everything about this beautiful painting!

Cayce and Joel Harris said...

Roxanne! This is so beautiful! I love your composition and the water reflection...I wish I could come take lessons from you! You know, in my spare time. :) one day!

Jessica said...

I love it! You are so talented :)

Trish @TheOldPostRoad said...

Beautiful painting! You are so talented.

Halo Hill said...

It is amazing to me how someone could paint a clear jar with water and flowers and have it look exactly like real life! It is so beautiful and YOU rock!