Be still my heart- I absolutely love this!!! The colors - the texture - another beautiful Silke masterpiece. (all this beauty from a person who struggles with her amazing talents!) You are amazing dear Silke!Vicki
Liebe Silke,sonnige Grüße und einen guten TagAngela und Elisabeth
It's wonderful!! I love shells anyway--what amazing structures they are!! But you have done a beautiful job on this!!! It's really hatd to believe that you have been painting such a short time! Do you have any idea what inspired to pick up a brush for the first time?
Silke, this is wonderful! It is my favorite, I love it, the texture and I adore the colors, so yummy! great work! xoxo
Sehr schöne Farbkombination!LG Sabine
Beautiful, love the color and the texture as well. Glad you picked the brush up...look what we would be missing! Happy Thursday to you too!
What a lovely piece, such a different direction than your ladies.
Beautiful sea colors, Silke. I think it is a lovely painting. ♥ audrey
I love the texture, I wish I could see it up close! And shells - what a challenging subject - you did great!
Oh, it is great! :-)Silke, I've left a little present for you in my blog. It is a friendship award :-) I've left some words in English to my anglophones friends in the end of my last post.Kiss!!
oh, I love the way it turned out, as well, Silke! You did a GREAT job!!! :) Theresa
Happy Easter, Silke. Ich hoffe, du hast schöne Tage. Ostergrüße von Inge
Hellooooo! Not being a painter, I don't quite understand underpainting (how do you choose which color? where?). But I see you understand it quite well! Lovely deep blue hues with the bright white highlights. Wish I could run my hands over it. And gorgeous flowers! Wow! Happy Easter to you and Daniel!
look at all these blues! what does the layer of molding paste do, silke? do you put that on first? you've created a bit of a glimmer of silver that gives this such a good amount of depth. and the white crowns at the top: i like those alot.have fun, have funlovekj