About Art by Anne Gilna
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
The Difficulty of Painting Tulips
I don't grow my own tulips, so I bought some at the grocery store. I knew that the large pale yellowish white ones would be a challenge to paint, and they are. The pink ones were small and closed. Gradually they have grown like 10 serpents, their stems lengthening and reaching in all directions. It's a race to paint them as they change from minute to minute. The yellowish ones have changed little, the pink ones are mutating into floral hydras. Who would have thought?
Posted by Anne Gilna at 10:54 PM
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