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Friday, May 14, 2010

FIRST BLUSH
100 Paintings in 100 Days Challenge
'Inspirations from a Back Yard'
10/100





'First Blush'
Oil 6 x 8
10/100

Day 10 (a milestone in my challenge!!!)

This painting is dedicated to my two little
granddaughters, Madeline Claire and
Stephanie Grace, who love all things
pink, and who also have a great fondness
for Tinkerbelle.

I planted this pale pink 'Tinkerbelle' lilac
in my yard this year for them, and also
for myself since I love Tinkerbelle,
and I also love the color pink!

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please contact me. Thank you.

10 comments:

Lori Bonanni said...

Claire, Nice job! Nicely detailed lilacs! Don't you love the smell of them? I wish they would bloom longer.

Dana Cooper said...

Oh, my, oh my, the very idea of doing 100 paintings in 100 days makes me tired...very admirable of you Claire...lovely piece!

aktmanda1122 said...

My favorite by far and I know your little sweeties love it too!!!

Angela Elledge said...

Hello Claire, I am so enjoying your 100/100 challenge, but have fallen behind with blogging, just wanted you to know I am envious of your hard work and dedication. This lilac painting is wonderful and I love that you planted it for your granddaughters, very special indeed.

AutumnLeaves said...

I so love lilacs myself! Beautiful and lacey construction Claire. You've captured their delicate beauty so that I can almost smell their scent! Delicious!

Kerri Settle said...

Soft and lovely!

Diana Marshall said...

Lilacs are one of my favourite flowers and I love their scent too, beautiful painting.

Melanie Rawlings said...

These are one of my favorite flowers. So pretty and uplifting. You are also from my favorite state. Lucky you. Looking forward to seeing more of your paintings.
Cheers.
Melanie

Pat Koscienski said...

Claire, you are painting faster than I blog. You are accumulating a wonderful series of floral paintings. Your lilac paintings are beautiful. All your floral painting are beautiful. You must have a fantastic backyard!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Thanks so much for your encouraging comments everyone! I had a sunny weekend, so a lot of time was spent working in my garden to get beds weeded and new flowers planted. Still lots of work to do, but I am back to my painting today!

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