“Daffodils” 8” x 10″ oil on canvas SOLD
There’s a part of me that looks forward to seeing the daffodils bloom around my yard come spring. It’s hard to believe many of the bulbs I planted almost 20 years ago. The clusters are a little bigger yet there’s a consistency to the offspring each season even 20 years later.
I think that’s one of the many miracles in nature and perhaps why I like being out in nature so much. There’s something about the consistency.
The bouquet gathered here I cut for Easter and put them on my kitchen table to enjoy. They didn’t last long there but rather swiftly made their way to my basement studio. Having been on a spin painting glass canning jars I had a few of those around and plunked them right in. I like daffodils and canning jars. Nothing too fancy but rich with a natural beauty that’s hard for me to put into words when I look at them together. That’s where the paint comes in!
Categories: Flowers, Nature, New Paintings, Still Life
Wonderful Catherine, I really like your style in this painting. Daffodils yell Spring is here!