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Friday, August 13, 2010

TODAY'S ROSE BY PAT MEYER




QUICK STUDY

We alway hear that we should live in the moment. Isn't that what flowers do. They live a few days and then they die and go away. During their life they give much beauty, fragance and joy to the earth. You could say that flowers live for today because they know their beauty is fleeting. Today's rose was captured in all it's glory because tomorrow it will be withered away. May you live for today and may you find your easel friendly.

8 x 10 oil on canvas
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Pat@Meyer.net
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Labels, floral, rose, fruit, lemon, still life, impressionistic, oil, blooming

3 comments:

Leigh said...

Absolutely gorgeous! You create the most perfectly beautiful flowers, but you're a master at roses! One can nearly smell this one's lovely fragrance! Great job, Pat!!

Leigh said...

Oops! Neglected to mention the great job you did with the lighting!

George De Chiara said...

Beautiful! This painting really glows and just jumps right off the canvas.