• 1042 Simplicity

    2 monthes ago - By Diane Campion

    With new daffodils blooming in my yard, I have instant still life material. I am working on minimizing the strokes in my painting to create freshness. It's much harder than it looks, and this took a very long time. Look for a few more daffodil paintings, provided they last in my garden. I've painted this on gessoed Bristol, which is a heavy paper. I am told by those in the know that when varnished, no glass is needed. If it were to be matted, that would require glass for the frame. I really love floater frames because the painting is inserted from the front, rather than from the back of...
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