Saturday, October 3, 2009

Homecoming, Sunflowers

Homecoming Sunflowers


Oil on Canvas

Homecoming is a new sunflower painting drying on the easel in the studio today. I am packed for a trip to Boston tomorrow and I am really looking forward to the trip. But the homecoming will be the best part. It always is.


Jill Berry said...

The ~warms~ & cools play against each other SO Nicely in this!

Too much time painting sunflowers??
Don't think so!

Kim VanDerHoek said...

The brushwork on your sunflower petals is amazing! The are expressive without being overworked. Strong composition and I like the color combo. Just beautiful!

Edward Burton said...

You sure do have a way with sunflowers (well, flowers in general), Nancy - BEAUTIFUL!

Autumn Leaves said...

I love coming home (well, I like going away too!)...What a beautiful piece to welcome you back. I agree with Jill; no such thing as too much time painting sunflowers!

Unknown said...

Thanks you guys. I'm sitting here in the airport so stressed About flying and you've made me feel so much better!

Becky Brocato said...

So lovely, Nancy. Have a great time in Boston. It must be a great place to be in Fall. I hope you come back with lots of folliage material to paint!

Manon said...

Nancy...... have I told you you're queen of the flowers?
Yes, yes you are girlfriend!! They are pure sunshine!!

Mary said...

I hope you are having a super time in Boston, Nancy.

Wow!! You have posted so many gorgeous flower paintings since I last visited that viewing them all is a heady delight! The vibrant, sun-drenched colors are amazing, and you have a gift for presenting each blossom as a unique, irresistible individual.

I so much wish I could attend the art show to see your work in person in a couple of weeks. Maybe some day.

Archie and Melissa said...

hi nancy!
oh have a fabulous trip! i cannot wait to hear all about it!

i just adore this new painting! the compostion is perfect. i love the flower lying in the foreground with the fruit!

Connie Chadwell said...

Just gorgeous, Nancy!