On my last post I said I was thinking of painting daffodils next and I’ve done just that. The painting isn’t quite finished yet, I don’t think, but here are the progress photos of my painted daffodils I’m calling “Early Girls”.
Here I’ve blocked in colors below and have started defining the painted daffodils. By the way, this is an 8″x10″ painting on canvas.
And here (below) is where I’ve left it. It’s coming together I think. Someone, a fellow artist, suggested I not add any foliage to it, to keep it just like this. I told him I would consider it. I understand what he’s saying. There’s a certain rawness to the painting that I like. I haven’t decided whether it’s finished or not.
What do you think?
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