Elizabeth,The Mud Patch, Philip

 

img_7236These paintings were inspired by the colours used. I love turquoises, blues and taupe’s and plan on using more in different shades.When I started these I didn’t know where I was going, just that I was in love with the colours. A dab here and a stroke there and this was the result.
I am still learning and trying to teach my eye to see how to apply these shapes and colours. I just hope that when they are finished they will look pleasing by whoever sees them.

img_7238The one on the left is called “Elizabeth”, the middle one is called “The Mud Patch”, the one on the right is called “Philip”.
The names were given by my grandchildren.

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