Thursday, 14 July 2011

Bluebell Woods, Finished

I am so pleased to have this painting finished, it was a lot of work, with many twists and turns and a heck of a lot of learning in it!

The scene is of some beautiful traditional bluebell woods in Murthly, Perthshire, made famous by the pre-raphaelites, in particular, John Everett Millais who painted in Murthly.
And here it is in all its stages, missing out the scraped off, one step forward and two back, stages!


Keith Tilley said...

This has turned out very nicely. I like the way that the whole paintings is infused with that blue-violet colour.

Becca said...

Rolina, I am so glad you are pleased with this, it is lovely.

Crista Forest said...

Wow, love the colors. So vibrant and work well together.