Hi Galina, This one is so juice! Simply fantastic.
Hi GalinaIts a very Lovely painting :)Its a BEAUTY ^___^
This is gorgeous, Galina. That glass vase is superb, and love the riot of color bursting forth.
Adoro a tua arte.Volta e meia venho inspirar-me.Beijo
All the colors in this make it a real feast to look at. Great painting!
I like the colors!You've got a variety of shapes an contrasts that are not all the same, it's a dynamic composition.
Hello Galina,When I see the colorful paintings of a lot of bloggers and ESPECIALLY YOURS, I consider to take painting courses. But then I have to stop my drawing course:-( I can't choose. My life will be to short to do all I want to do;-)Kind regards.
A nice radiating blush of flowers. The heavy impasto gives the feel of shapes lifting off the canvas. Very nice painting
Hola Galina.En tu jarrón de narcisos veo muchas personas, y lo que más me gusta,que el jarrón con las flores es una linda mujer con un narciso en la mano.Felicidades.Un beso.Hi galina.In your vase of daffodils I see many people, and what I like, that the vase with flowers is a beautiful woman with a daffodil in his hand. Un beso.
Hi Galina,I just love your color palette here. Beautiful painting!
nice works galina i like your blog,,,,,, and i take ur link,,,,,,arte y tortas aqui
Wow! I love the amount of paint you use! Very bold and loose. You have a lovely style.
The colours are so neat! No mud here. I enjoyed looking at the bigger picture and all the strokes of paint.
Just beautiful - you are very talented...
Lovely colors and excellent work on the vase.
I see you already have plenty of comments on this one!!! --yes, I too love the the burst of juicy colors. I think the small picture in the blog doesn't do justice to the painting. I wish I could see it person!
Well, the only thing I can do is thank again to all friends and followers. I agree that small pictires shown this way can not compare with the real ones but I think at least this is a good way to share ideas and meet encouraging people like all of you.
Your paintings are alive.
Thank you, Gregory.
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