Some Strange Ones 06 Tuesday Mar 2012 Posted by carlasonheim in Uncategorized ≈ 25 Comments Tagsflower, painted flowers, painting, watercolor, white ink This is one of those pieces that looks better to me scanned and online than it does in person! Watercolor, marker, pencil, white ink, on paper. Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Lizzie Bo said:
It’s a Dr Suess landscape! And now a creature should peek out from behind one of those plants/trees.
lol I see your point. makes one want to play in a field of them. Maybe some of Carla’s little girls are playing in that happy place
Carla, how do you feel about Pinterest? I’d love to “pin” this image in my journalling inspirations folder, but won’t do so without your permission first. THANKS!!
I’m fine with pinning! 😀
I would pick those flowers and take them home! Love them!
Carmen Tangherlini said:
Awesome! Love the colors and all the different textures.
Kay Hewitt said:
I like this!
Oh my those flowers are inspiring. Totally love the tall one and the little pod type things just make me plain happy. So glad you shared them with us.
Julie Lapointe said:
What a beautiful garden!
You have a fertile imagination! Love it!
I love these “strange ones”
I love this!!!
They might be strange, but I LOVE them! 🙂
just what tribe do these folks come from? they are delightful.
love them — would love to see them in my garden :0)
Helen Mills said:
this is lovely
Deb Dugan said:
I love them too! How do you do it? (I mean how do you do these amazingly original things all the time?!?!)
Thank you for saying that!
For some reason, those flowers remind me of being on the beach in Florida during the summer. Love them!
Barb Alexander said:
I absolutely LOVED this one!! It reminds me of a tribal village somewhere–and wherever it is, I want to go there!
Serena Mira Asta said:
Eva Marion Seyffarth said:
These strange ones are amazing and completely gorgeous!
Michelle Mathey - POMI said:
LOVE these flowers and “your eye” in painting them!
Jill Holmes said:
I don’t know what it is about this piece but I love it! It is fun and quirky–almost in a grown-up-Dr.-Suess sort of way. 🙂
Just love this! Your art is free and easy in such a wonderfully, inspiring way. Thanks for sharing with the world.