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We'll have a low key weekend at our house, maybe a barbeque at a friends. Steven is under the weather and Sam is finally able to shower again after busting his chin open. Hopefully we can relax and re-coop:)
I have finished my 6x6 painting. I'm titling this one "Can It". I just can't get enough of these jars and with the wonderful light pouring through them. Hopefully you won't get too bored, I plan on doing a series.
Have a fabulous weekend!
Great painting, and I love the title! And I wish you and all three of your "boys" a happy, safe long weekend.
This latest painting is as amazing as the last. I don't think I'll ever get bored with this series. I'm hoping to see more jars. Have a great weekend.
This is beautiful Carrie! NO way could I every get tired of these! More!! :)) Enjoy your weekend, let's hope it's a quiet accident, no dumpster diving one huh?ReplyDelete
It is absolutely ridiculous how you handle these jars..well any glass for that matter. Awesome! Have a wonderful holiday week-end!ReplyDelete
Love the title -- and the jars are wonderful!!ReplyDelete
Wow, amazing work.ReplyDelete
Can It is amazing- love the grays and simple value shifts that make this soooooo good! Hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend and it is "uneventful" for you on the home front:)ReplyDelete
i can't get enough of them either! breathtaking series carrie, bravo from the rooftops!ReplyDelete
Wonderful Carrie !ReplyDelete
What is inside ?
The smell of the roses imprisoned ?
What kind of treasure?
Next one will maybe knocked down on the table with the opened lid ?
Show us life of your jars. I'd love it !
I could NEVER get tired of looking at these wonderful jars.!! These two are beautiful! Hope the kids get better fast..enjoy your weekend, Carrie!!ReplyDelete
These certainly don't belong in the "can". Just lovely! Hope you enjoy the holiday weekend! xoReplyDelete
love it! the title and composition. nice brushstrokes and the colors remind me of the transparency in watercolor. p.s. thank you for your kind words on Jennifer. she was quite a lady.ReplyDelete
Apart from "live" effect of the glass, I really like the colours...
They are exquisite! I'm so impressed with the way you paint glass with such expressiveness and give it so much character!ReplyDelete