Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Week 18 - 20 ~ Hydrangea


Title: Hydrangea Blooms
(watercolor 4x4 on Arches 90-lb cp; micron pen)



"Dana's Hydrangeas"
10X10, Oil on Canvas
by Nancy Medina











"Hydrangeas"
Photographed by
Dana Marie



Hey all you creative guys and gals, I can't wait to see what everyone creates! Please, add your entries to this post, thank you!
Have a wonderful day!
~ Dana Marie

17 comments:

  1. What a beautiful blog Dana...can't get enough of the pics...lemme go through them all...It's really amazing :)

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  2. Beautiful Pictures Dana! I want to paint them all. I'm following and hope to find time to enter the next challenge.

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  3. Thank you, Sakshi!

    Thank you, Christine! Join in anytime!

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  4. Oh, Nancy, I love it!

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

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  5. I'm glad you like it Dana! I mentioned you on my art blog this week. : )
    hugs from Texas...

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  6. superbes !!!!très belle réalisation...à bientôt

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  7. Dana, Such beautiful work and what a great opportunity we have with this new opportunity! I'm a new follower and so impressed...Please stop by my blog as I passed along the Lemonade Award to you...:)

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  8. I love these hydrangeas!!!! So jealous that they are obviously growing in your yard. And painted so well! Luscious colors!!

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  9. Beautiful piece, Christine!

    And WELCOME to "Inspiration All Around Us!" I'm so glad you joined!

    Have a beautiful day!

    Happy Creating,
    ~ Dana Marie

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  10. Thank you, Dana Marie!

    I'm delighted to be in the company of such friendly, talented artists!

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  11. Christine, that is a beautiful hydrangea! I love the delicate lines and the deep purple colors.

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  12. Great picture and art, Dana!

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  13. Exceptional paint! 've known him a touch of reality that is only available to the best artists .....

    Sincere congratulations!

    Cesc

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