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When we were in Florida on vacation last month it was scallop season. There were scallop shells everywhere. As we were driving into our campsite we stopped at the bay and I took the most fabulous photo of scallop shells with a layer of glittery, golden water floating on top. I have painted a 6x6 and a 4x6 version of this. I may at some point do a larger painting. The colors are just beautiful, lots of golds, oranges, turquoises and blues in addition to the muted neutrals. Just gorgeous!
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Have a great Monday, see you Wednesday:)
Oh what a beautiful subject to paint! Beach treasures are amongst my most favorite things! I just LOVE this Carrie :0)ReplyDelete
Those are so gorgeous Carrie! I love all the colors in them. :))ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors with such harmony. Can tell you had a blast with this- fun to see the slightly different formats and what that does. Both are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shells, Carrie.ReplyDelete
STUNNING Carrie! Love the color scheme. Painting what you love is always the best!ReplyDelete
Un travail prodigieux dans lequel vous avez comme d'habitude excellé. bravo!ReplyDelete
Il est vrai que ces coquillages ont cette particularité d'avoir une variété de couleurs magnifiques... avec des tons irisés.
Love this one, Carrie!! It looks like a complicated piece...but you aced it as always!!ReplyDelete
Carrie, these are wonderful ... unbelievable in a small format! Bravo!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and rich Carrie. Very nice!ReplyDelete
I just added you to my blog roll so that I will not miss these great posts. Your work is amazing and I loved your Friday interviews. How do you find the time?? Congrats on the recent honors in the various contests. No surprise, your work is crazy good.ReplyDelete
You asked me a while back if that was me in Stonehenge gallery...yep. Kind of forgot about it. Sold a couple for me.
Carrie, once again you have amazed me...just phenomenal!!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely paintings Carrie, would love to see you do something larger using the same original ideas!ReplyDelete