Monday, June 20, 2011

Summer of color/green!

re painted with photoshop
Original 23" x 25" acrylic
I did this after I got back from a trip to Finland years ago and was fascinated by the mustard fields!

http://twinkletwinklelikeastar.blogspot.com/2011/06/summer-of-color-green.html

23 comments:

  1. I like both the acrylic and digital versions!

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  2. Beautiful work! Mustard fields are always so lovely! Valerie

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  3. I soooooo love Photoshop. You've done a great job with this.

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  4. Isn't Photoshop amazing? I LOVE the original, too. It's a beautiful acrylic painting. Gorgeous color.

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  5. Both versions are gorgeous! great job with photoshop Peggy!

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  6. I really like them both! Lovely green artwork.

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  7. Wow! Such a vibrant green. I love seeing the digital art.

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  8. I love how vibrant this looks...oh, Jen thought so too! :D It is beautiful~

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  9. Gorgeous colors!!! Great to see you here, Peggy.

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  10. **Sigh!** I want to go those places and rest my eyes and mind. Beautiful works, both.
    Rose

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  11. wow...yes...both versions are great...I bought photoshop and have absolutely no idea how to use it...wish i di...xxx

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  12. I, too, love both pieces of art. I wish I could learn more in photoshop. Gorgeous painting! Jessi xox

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  13. absolutely gorgeous! Bravo!

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  14. love both of them...so nice, vibrant and gorgous...see you next time with pink...xxx

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  15. So, so cool Peggy! I am really so happy that you are a part of this journey ;) Looking forward to your pink - I know it will be great! xoxo

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  16. So stunning! The greens are absolutelty brilliant! :)

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  17. Oh wow these are both wonderful...such vibrant colour...love them

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  18. These are both so awesome Peggy... and plenty of gorgeous green :))

    Jenny x

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  19. Both are stunning and thoughtful at the same time. I am enchanted with your work and happily look forward to seeing more.

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  20. Photoshop is still on my list "Things to do", I am not very good at computers and I find really difficult to find things out by myself.
    The funny thing is that I've worked as an interior designer for few years using only computers! And I loved it!
    I still prefer your painted version.

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