Tuesday, May 8, 2007

The Garden in Spring

Acrylic painting on gallery-wrapped canvas, 24 x 30 inches, evokes the gentleness of a warm spring day and the lushness of tender new growth. The underpainting on this canvas provided a rich surface topography to paint on, and the glow of some of the underlying colors shows through. Sweet and lyrical. Image c Lynda Lehmann.

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  1. Lovely piece. Great color.


  2. There was a story on 60 Minutes about Teri and her $5.00 (she paid ) painting she claims, and I agree, is a Jackson Pollock. She was offered $2M and wants yet $50M. She should come take a looksee at your painting. You are so much better than Jackson Pollock. I paint also. Very very nice work.

  3. I see so much depth and spirit in this painting it really draws me in. The colors are so alive.

    Finally found a few minutes to view your blog and I'll be back.

  4. I love your work. Love the colours!


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