Friday, March 23, 2012



Tiny Wildflowers ~ from the front yard and just using my imagination to make a few small paintings. I hope everyone is having a great spring!

10 comments:

Emille said...

Really beautiful, Lynette. Hard to choose a favorite, because they're each so different. Sorry I haven't been here too long:(

Nancy Van Blaricom said...

Beautiful work Lynette ... as usual.

Lynette said...

Thank you so very much Emile! Nancy, thank you, your kind words are appreciated!

Bhavna said...

I was really fascinated by your blog.I consider my creative inclination a wonderful gift to produce artwork and my inspiration is my inner self and world around me. There is an attempt to create a powerful emotional bond that reaches the heart and soul of the viewer.As an artist, I have explored variety of themes and ideas. The exploration clearly reflects the diversity and escapades of my journey of evolving experience and confidence in my work. Paintings as jubilation, emancipation express different emotions like hope, joy, calmness or motivation while abstract waterscape is just vibrant and full of life.

~Babs said...

Aaah, Lynnie, I always love the creative way you incorporate these wildflowers into your work.
These are gorgeous!
I still treasure mine you did a few years ago, and happy to see these new ones.

Lynette said...

Omighosh thank you so very much for the kind words Emile, Nancy, Bhavna, and Babs!!!!!

myrtle said...

WoW! That was really wonderful creation.=D

photo to painting said...

Very nice work! This shows a great sense of design as well as an unusual eye for detail. Keep up the great work!


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Mary Sue said...

I really love your paintings! They all depict such peacefulness!

Lynette said...

Thank you so much for the kind words Myrtle, I love to paint, have been lazy lately though.
Thank you Photo to painting! I appreciate your nice words on my work!
Hi Mary Sue, aw thank you so much, I love making a feeling of peacefulness when I do the nature paintings. Thanks Yall!