Friday, September 14, 2012

Arizona III

Arizona III

Another cactus.  I love the desert.
Watercolor and Gouache.
You can see the first two cacti here.

Have a sunny weekend!

I am sharing this with Paint Party Friday.

37 comments:

Tracey Fletcher King said...

love the cactus... those colours remind me of our outback here in Australia... love the background... it makes the colour pop...xx

Dymphie said...

ouch ;) another sizzling Arizona beauty!

Netty said...

wow Cynnie your cacti are brilliant, they look so real. Happy PPF, Annette x

La Abela said...

Great close-up of the cactus... good work. Saludos

Catherine said...

What great colors! Thank you for your visit the other day. Wishing you a fantastic September Cynthia!

Nora Clemens said...

Oh, this is so beautiful, love the composition. Everything!!!

Debbie said...

Beautiful work. The cactus makes a striking composition. Your use of complementary colors works great here.

Terry said...

What a gorgeous painting! Love that catcus! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Marji {RainCityGirl} said...

You colors are so beautiful. What a lovely piece. Makes me warm on our September day. Happy PPF

Christine said...

beautiful colours in your cactus painting, well done!

Faye said...

What a wonderful cactus. I supposed you used some sort of masking for the spines. Whatever you did worked great. Love the color combo.

Anns Art said...

A striking art work. Very good.

Lynn Cohen said...

This is a stunning painting of a cactus! Some of us used to and still do sometimes post cacti on Monday and call it Cactus Monday. this would be perfect.

Happy PPF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

kristin maynes said...

OH, it's awesome!! I love it! Wonderful colors, so pretty. Great job! Happy PPF!

Evelyn S. said...

You are good, Cynnie! I think I would love the heat of the desert, at least! ;-)

herminesplace said...

Absolutely gorgeous! great colours

Giggles said...

Great perspective and color!! Very nice artwork!!

Hugs Giggles

Jane said...

Red and green is an absolute winner, this cactus is gorgeous. I visited to Arizona many years ago, and still remember those spectacular cacti. Have a nice weekend. xx

Anne Rasilainen said...

Stunning and beautifully done, love the rich color combination!

Mary C. Nasser said...

Gorgeous!
The complementary colors really make this pop!
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Becca said...

That's lovely! Yes, the desert does have it's beauty...I am just enjoying my "new" green environment now. :-)

Linda R said...

Boy have I miss seeing your painting while you were away. This one is gorgeous my friend.

Hugs~

wednesday said...

Cacti are just amazing, aren't they? Great subject for a painting, I really like it a lot.

SHERI C said...

So very well done. Love it!
Happy PPF!
Sheri Cook
Happy Horse Studio

craftattack said...

Fantastisch! LG, Valerie

Deanna said...

Beautiful colors in your watercolor!!

Natasha said...

Love the cactus, especially the spikes at the top. Stunning work, and glorious colours.

Gio said...

Lovely watercolours, Cinthia, these looks like so real!

Thanks for the kind words on my blog :-)

JKW said...

I love your use of Gouache, my daughter uses the darker colors and it's too dark for me. I do like this painting. Blessings, Janet PPF

~*~Patty S said...

Wonderful cactus/cacti dear Cynnie :)

Arizona is on my bucket list!

Happy September
oxo

minnemie said...

That is a great macro-cactus! I would never have had the vision to paint one, but this makes me go: of course - a great subject!!

Rita said...

What a great piece! I love the colors and the close up perspective. Also, I like the way you did the thorns. Nice!

Petra Tillmann said...

Beautiful, Cynthia! Love the colors!

Introverted Art said...

this sure is a beauty!!!

Gaby Bee said...

Gorgeous painting! Love the complementary colors you've used!
Brilliant, Cynthia!

Have a great weekend!
Hugs
Gaby

Amelia said...

Hi Cynthia, thanks for stopping by and the follow - nice to see your space :)

Amelia.x

teri said...

fabulous color!

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