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Lily

"Lily" watercolor on paper 10" x 7"/ 25 x 18cm.     SOLD
 
Imagine the delight to discover this flower growing in your garden. I painted this from a reference photo, once again inspiration was provided by the Wet Canvas image library. I am trying to work on loosening up my edges more, but it's not as simple as I would hope it to be.
 Spring is here, spring is not here - the weather doesn't make up its mind and I have a terrible cold to boot!  I wish everyone a happy Monday!

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  1. If that flower grew in my yard, I'd be thrilled beyond words! It's lovely! You have such a beautiful style. I know what you mean about spring... I finally gave up and planted silk geraniums in the pot on my front porch.

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    1. Hi Katherine, thank you for visiting and leaving such a lovely comment! I like the silk flowers idea! :-)

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  2. This is lovely and loose, and I just love the color and how you painted the 'pistilli' in the middle. xx

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  3. Hi Celia, your Lilium is absolutely wonderful, colors and lights are nice and well balanced. Well done!

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  4. A wonderful likeness Celia, the colors sing!

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  5. Hi Celia, you have done a great job with the lily. You've got the colours perfectly. How lovely to have them growing in your garden!

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  6. P.S. I hope you feel better soon!

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    1. Thanks Wendy for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment.I'm feeling much better now! :-)

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  7. Love the Lily! and the colours :)

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    1. Thank you Jules, I'm happy you like it!

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