Thursday, April 1, 2010

Spring Has Sprung!

Spring Hyacinth
Watercolor Print by Laure Ferlita
11" x 8.5"

I had Spring Fever something fierce last year and decided to paint all the blooms I could find. This hyacinth turned out to be absolutely gorgeous and I had so much fun painting the progression of the bloom. Nature unfolding before my very eyes. The changes seemed hourly! I've only finished up the last sketch in this past month! Just small things, little touches still needed here and there.

In finishing up the sketch, I realized I have not made the time to do as much painting this year as I did last Spring. What a mistake! One that I am working on correcting with restructuring my workday and refocusing my priorities.

I will be putting this in my Etsy shop early next week. Until then, this print is available to purchase below at $19.95 + 4.00 Shipping and Handling. If you're interested in purchasing it, please use the PayPal button below, and Happy Spring, Y'all!!!

Please note: The colored bar and copyright information does not appear on the actual print. Artist retains all copyrights.




$19.95 + 4.00 S&H

7 comments:

  1. Oh Laure, I just got off work and this piece of yours makes me want to go outside on the beautiful day. It is almost 80, a little windy but great. I love the progression idea of the painting. Happy Easter

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  2. How pretty, Laure! Beautiful spring colors and images. What a gorgeous study.

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  3. Beautiful--and my favorite color! I love it when you post your art on here.

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  4. Such a beautiful painting to capture spring! Wonderful composition and you picked my favorite colors!!

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  5. This is almost as pretty as the real blooms. I mean I can almost smell it. Happy Spring to you too.
    Did you know it was still snowing on your blog? Or is that fairy dust that follows my curser around?

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  6. I love this beautiful progression. It makes me feel happy.

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  7. I love the composition with the progression of the bloom. Sometimes all we focus on is the end product - the flower in full bloom. But really... all the steps along the way have their own beauty.

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