Seven Poppies, 10105. textured floral acrylic © Carol Nelson Fine Art




This 24x24 acrylic has tons of acrylic medium used to add texture to the painting. I guess it's because I see the poppies coming up in my neighbor's yard that I'm returning to my favorite floral subject. If it looks like a stained glass window, that's because I used to have a stained glass business many years ago and I thought I would emphasize that effect.
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14 comments:

Nora Kasten said...

Carol,
It's just Beautiful!
Nora

RHCarpenter said...

Beautiful depth to this and richness in the palette choices.

Diana Marshall said...

Really like the design and texture of this one, another perfect painting!

AutumnLeaves said...

Funny you brought it up about the stained glass windows because that was exactly what I was reminded of when the page loaded and it was my first thought. This is amazingly beautiful, Carol. I could never hope to manage colors as you do in one small section of a piece, let alone such a beautiful end result.

Susan Roux said...

Carol, you're bursting with creativity since your 100 portraits are finished! We all wondered what you would do next, but I think the answer is HAVE FUN! Lovely works.

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

First I was thinking stained glass.
Now I know why.
Very nice piece Carol.
Its brighten my Sunday.

Carol Nelson said...

Thanks, everyone, for your lovely comments. I am under the gun to get work ready for my 4 day outdoor show over Memorial Day weekend.
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Harry Kent said...

Carol, the color in this just knocks my socks off! Stunning.

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I love the dark red hue of the flowers and the overall effect of this painting. It's so sad but beautiful all at the same time :)

Spenco Insoles said...

Beautiful art.

Judy-in-nl said...

Carol,
I love this this painting! the colours , the composition ... Poppies are a gorgeous subject and you've done a beautiful job.

Natasha's Art said...

Gorgeous colors and wonderful composition. I really enjoyed following your 100 portraits series but am also happy to see your beautiful poppies!

Beth Parker said...

Incredible!!!!!!! I love the effect!! :)

Kristeena Crabb said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!!