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abstract, baken, beans, breakfast, dreamtime, egg
Very interesting work, Estelle.
Thanks Silvia, happy Easter. xx
– Estelle O'Brien
I really like the colours and the eggs are great the beans add an aboriginal influence!
Thank you Deb… I appreciate your encouragement and support.
Well done Estelle, a very nice and creative artwork.
Thank you Hosny, I appreciate your comment.
what a beautiful and colorful composition
Helene I am a fan of your work and I thank you for looking at mine and making such a positive comment.
Geir thank you so much for viewing my work and making nice comment.
Thanks so much Sean – happy Easter!
like dinosaurs roaming the earth
Thanks for thinking about this work – I appreciate your comment.
Clever Estelle, you are moving forward in leaps and bounds. Billy
Thank you Billy…it has taken me weeks to finish this. Happy Easter!
Without the title, I would have concluded it had a garden feel to it. With white daisy (eggs) and little stones (beans). Wondering if you are working on more work like this. I think it turned out very well, with good coloration, movement, and contrasting textural qualities. My eyes are nourished. Take care, Peace-
Robert, I really appreciate your stopping by to look and your thoughtful comments. I learn so much from your work and I am pleased that this painting of mine has other meanings. I was really surprised (being usually in full control of all I do!) at how much it took on its own life and told me where to go with it, rather than succumbing to my planning. It taught me, rather than I painted it. Your comment is very encouraging to me. I had not thought to do another abstract straight away, as I found it wanted all of my attention and I am attempting a serious portrait next, but after that….or as well as….? maybe. Thank you and Shalom, Robert.
Thank you Ulrikeart for your kind comments. I appreciate them.