"She just couldn't decide between being an artist when she grew up and being a vet. Her mother responded, you don't have to decide sweet girl. you can be both."
Lovely Maria, It's very peaceful, Love the colors on your egret, take care,Diana
Beautiful painting, Maria! I love the soft, subtle colors.
your watercolors are beautiful! You should think about joining us at www.internationalequineartists.com:)
Thanks Diana, Theresa and Kay, in need of a peaceful painting today, it has been a bit hectic. Kay, I will check out your site!
Very soothing, Maria. Love how you did the water.
Ah, a huge complement Kathryn, I have such a hard time painting water!I may have been encouraged to try another water painting!
re:yellow lab. Thank you for the input, Maria. I was a bit lazy, and did not finish tongue. For the background, I thought I would do a soft undefined one of various blues and blue-greys to complement the yellow.
Kathryn, your pet portraits are amazing.
Very cool, Maria- I love the colors you chose!Sheryl
Gorgeous painting, Maria - you have really progressed immensely since doing the Feb challenge xx
Thanks Pat, now I am lost if a day goes by and I can't get out my paint brushes! I am so appreciative of your kind comments.
This is gorgeous. I love those soft colors! Makes me want to get back to painting!
Lee, you must get back to painting as soon as possible, I miss your beautiful beach and seagull paintings! Hope you are doing well and when things are settled down for you I hope to see more posts to your painting blog!
Maria, Love the colors in this, as it has beautiful color harmony. I enjoyed looking at your watercolors! I started in watercolor but gave it up for oils. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the compliment!
Thanks Lori, your work is so beautiful, I hope to try oils someday, my mom painted in oils and had beautiful, large canvases all around her studio!
Maria, I like the sparkle in the water.