A real classical beauty.
Agreed. It looks centuries old.
Ab Fab! Absolutely fabulous!!!!!
Donna, I love the way this one turned out! Bravo, especially with the combination of metal and glass, and let's not forget the tassel ((wonderful)). Sincerely,Emil
@ Cindy revell: Thank you...Cindy@ MauriatMason: My husband has a collection of antique books which I've always wanted to use in a still life. Finally got around to doing it. Thanks for the comments Maurita.@ Emil Figueroa: Hi Emil always enjoy your kind comments!!!
What an atmospheric painting...beautiful!Ronell
Thank you for the kind comments Ronell!
checking in to say hi! hope you are doing well?ronell
Hi Ronell,I appreciate your stopping by to say hi! It's always so nice to hear from 'blogging' friends. I know it's been a while since I've posted. This spring the garden has beckoned me to spend much of my time-redesigning, weeding, mulching, cultivating, planting, and just enjoying the 'labors of love' that a perennial garden requires. Last summer I neglected it and fell so far behind in the care and maintenance of it that it became lost in a sea of weeds. I visited your blog today and love the red poppies! So wonderfully vivid and cheerful. The photos and paintings are lovely. I can't wait to get back to the easel though--so I should hopefully post something soon. Ronell, I always appreciate your thoughtfulness!Donna
Lovely work D.I was especially drawn to this one as I love old books.I'll check back later.
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