Tuesday, October 4, 2016

woyww - fruit for a change


Cherries for a change of pace at this wednesday desk.


Agapanthus .... pleased with the depth and contrast.  
Painting on hold as I have come down with another virus.  
Happy woyww.

24 comments:

  1. Your drawings and paintings are incredible. Love the agapanthus. Helen #2

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  2. Well, that's not fair...I'm sorry to hear you're laid low again. I hope that this is short lived and you feel better soon. I do like the look of those cherries already but it must demand such high concentration and I don't know about you but my brain turnto mush when I'm poorly.
    HUgs, LLJ 10 xxxx

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  3. As ever I'm in awe of your artwork. You really do make everything look so real and alive.
    Have a fab week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #11

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  4. Hi sandra, hope the virus passes quickly. awesome painting. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #4 xxx

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  5. Hello Sandra,I really hope you are feeling a lot better soon,
    Paintings are awesome

    lilian B #15

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  6. what a beautiful paints you make.

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  7. The Agapanthus is absolutely delightful and looks like a photo - I love the shades of blue creating that depth and realism - stunning. I hope you feel better soon, I've just had a few weeks of feeling bleugh - it's horrid isn't it.
    Diana #21 x

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  8. Marvellous flower painting and the beginnings of the cherry give us a peek behind the scenes! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #22

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  9. WOW, what can I say, amazing paintings. BJ#37

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  10. Oh no, I do hope you get to feeling better soon. The flower is so lovely, and I'm sure the cherries will end up just as great once you get to feeling like yourself again. Best wishes for a speedy recovery!
    Hope #36

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  11. Yuck! Hope the virus leaves you soon! Love your agapanthus. It looks so professional. #41

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  12. Sandra, goodness, what a gift you have! Just beautiful! :) Felicia, #39

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  13. I love the painting! It turned out really well in my favorite color! Hope the virus goes away quickly and you can get back to arting…I use my work as a way to alleviate some pain issues…my desk chair is the only place in the whole house I can sit and feel comfortable for a period of time. Thanks for visiting my desk earlier and leaving a great comment. Vickie #1

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  14. Oh Sandra you poor thing, another virus...blurgh. I. Hope you can shake it off really soon, your must be feeling horrid if you're letting the painting go for a while. For the record, agapanthus and cherries...two of my most favourite of nature's creations...sliced watermelon is up there too, I just can't look at them enough!

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  15. So beautiful - the colour and depth is amazing. Sorry you aren't feeling well. Hopefully it won't last long and you'll be back painting in no time!

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon k #46

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  16. The agapanthus looks great! Love those lilac shades. Look forward to seeing it IRL!
    Your comments were too kind :) I'm only colouring in a stamped image, but I am enjoying those watercolours.
    Lunch towards end November will be fine.
    Hope you get over your virus really soon.

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  17. Hello Sandra. Oh sorry to hear that you are getting another virus and I know how you feel I just can't seem to shake mine.Your art work I always just lose my self into to as I so enjoy every piece I have seen such beautiful work you do, Thanks for visiting me earlier and have a restful week. Hugs ~Anne L#8

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  18. Hi Sandra de, WOW, this is stunning and I just saw the Sweet Peas in the previous post, which are beautiful.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #13

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  19. Cannot believe I did not visit you earlier. Sorry to hear you are not well, bit of a mess isn't it when you are under the weather. Hope your virus soon clears up.
    In the meantime I love the Agapanthus, but then I love all your paintings. You must have a huge selection by now, do you put dates on them so you know when you did them all?
    Hugs, Neet 6 xx

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  20. So sorry to hear you are under the weather, Sandra, that's no fun at all. Hope you feel better very soon.
    Your Agapanthus is beautiful, one of my favourite flowers. They were growing all over the place when we were in Cornwall this year, I wish we could grow them like that here but it's a bit too cold.
    Hugs Lisax

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  21. Sorry to hear you're not feeling well. Best wishes for a quick recovery. The flowers are beautiful. I can't wait to see your finished cherries. I love coming to see your paintings! Thanks for visiting me earlier. Hugs and Healing Wishes, LisaDV #34

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  22. I hope you feel better by now! Eat cherries!!! I am very late with my visit (it's almost Wednesday again, eeck!) Love from Holland, Marit #20

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  23. Stunning Cherries pop them off the page and eat em up :)
    Feel better soon hugs Nikki 4

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