Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Daffydil


Every flower type we have planted around the house sooner or later becomes a meal for the deer - tulips, hydrangeas, irises, azaleas ... here today gone soon after. Everything except these hardy little daffys. 

I'm teaching a workshop this weekend at Art Academy of Westchester - "How to paint fast, loose and bold" - Come join us! 

8 comments:

Bruce Bingham said...

Love the flowers you've been doing lately. Looking forward to painting with you in Tuscany in Sept.
Bruce

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful flower and I like your background, too.

Patti Mollica said...

many thanks gals! bruce - thanks for reminding me that i need to start promoting the Tuscany WS - will send out an email soon. i'm sure there are FB ways to promote it via groups or whatever, I'm clueless there. hopefully good ol' fashioned email will work...

Nora MacPhail said...

Lovely. Very simple and straightforward but absolutely beautiful. I like the yellow base coat peeking through.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

Beaautiful work as always and your piece on DPW today is brilliant.

Patti Mollica said...

thanks julie - you made my day!

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