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!

3 comments:

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.