aw! sad girl! :)
wow Lynne, your paintings just get more beautiful all the time. I love her expression, i wonder what She is thinking. love her dress and her hair. She is beautiful. ox
I wonder why she is sad? Your porraits always have hidden stories to wonder about.
She's beautiful - you achieve such depth in your faces --wonderful! I think she just needs a long walk in the woods . . . .
I love the texture from the collaged on pieces. Her eyes really do tell a story. Something about her feels so familiar- maybe someone I once knew. She's lovely, even if she's sad. I wanted to ask, are you getting your wallpaper from a remodeling job in your home or is it new?
you've conveyed sadness quite well. i particularly like her mouth turning down ever so slightly at the corners.
OH I lOve Her..She can come home with me and I will try to make her happy..HugsKatelen
Hi Lynne! I love your palette change up. Happy weekend! Xbox
I love her - such a beautiful, sad expression.
Oh how I love the colors in this one Lynne! So earthy.
And I forgot to say (a little late) Welcome Back!
purple hazealways brings me down... hee! these colors are yummy together.-sus
moody, moody. ;)
She looks dreamy. I love the warm colors. And the shading.:0)xoxoxo
you slay me....
You are amazing.... I love your paintings of women but I can feel her sadness in your gracious brushstrokes. Peace, Mary Helen
Hi Lynne great painting and perfect title , she does indeed look sad was it how u were feeling at the time ..hugz bev
wallpaper!oh - i love this.i really do. i also love the idea of using wallpaper - i have some textured bits for frottage (which i am Sure i just misspelled) - i think i'll try them out in this way.i've ordered casein paint. my curiosity has gotten the best of me.:)xxa
I love all your new girls. She looks a little perturbed to me, or maybe I'm just projecting at the moment. :) Thanks for the sari silk link--can never have too much of that.
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