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New Landscape Paintings

Hi friends! I hope you are having a wonderful week so far. I had a tough time but I am hanging in there. Something that helps is being creative. A few weeks ago I was watching Donna Dewberry, the one stroke artist, on t.v.  She was doing landscape paintings. I have never done landscapes and couldn't wait to try.

She used acrylic paints but I used watercolor and oil pastels.  I do want to try acrylic paints next. So here are my first attempts. I am proud of them. If you want to learn more about Donna Dewberry go here: DONNA DEWBERRY BLOG

My very first one!

I really like the sky on this one. But the tree out of the water makes me laugh!

Love this one overall. I used white oil pastel to make the moon and stars.


This is my best effort. Love the overall look and the moon is oil pastel.


Tried something new on this. Not bad. I added land and whole trees.


Comments

  1. Kelly, these are wonderful. You are so talented. I love reading about your excitement in learning about this new-found talent. Congrats! You have done a great job.

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  2. Kelly you did a great job on these.

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  3. Very pretty!! You did very well!!!

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  4. oooooooooo trying and doing is the hard part. they are wonderful.

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  5. Very pretty Kelly, you are very talented. I can't wait to see what you do with the acrylic paints!

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  6. Kelly I think you did a great job on these! Your palm leaves are really great and you can see you are getting the perspective of the sun/moon is better with each attempt! I give you a hand for attempting!
    Hugs

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