Thursday, March 28, 2013

Painting Pink Hydrangeas

Welcome.  I am so happy that you stopped by.  My garden gate is always open for you to come in and sit and relax with a cup of tea while I share with you the inspirations for my art. I found some pink Hydrangeas at the garden shop and decided to paint them.  I always love painting some of the first Spring flowers that are blooming in pink.

Today I am participating in Pink Saturday  at www.howsweetthesound.typepad.com.  Click on the link to visit lots of charming blogs.

















I love  to have a cup of tea in the garden when I am painting.


Let's join Bentley, my Studio Assistant, in the garden to see what other pink flowers are starting to bloom.


The Cosmos are just starting to bloom.




The pink Geraniums are blooming.







Impatients are just starting to bloom.


I decided to paint the glass bowl of pink Hydrangeas.








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                            Wishing you and your family a Happy and Joyful Easter.  Blessings,  Erin










                  "Clap your hands, all you peoples: shout to God with loud songs of joy."  Psalm 47:1

                                                                 He has Risen.




17 comments:

Jeanette Ann O'Donnell said...

I love the pink and purples and the paintings is lovely. Happy Easter Erin x

Jeanie said...

Your painting is fabulous! I, too, couldn't resist buying pink hydrangeas, but I think your end result is far more fun! Sweet Bentley -- you can send him up to Michigan anytime!

Sea Angels said...

What a beautiful post Erin full of colour and creativity and joy, I feel really lifted just to stay and look at your beautiful pictures awhile.
Hugs Lynn xx

Linda said...

Hello Erin,
This is my very first visit. Your artwork is gorgeous. Hydrangeas are among my favourites and you've captured them beautifully!
Happy Easter.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Lynn said...

So beautiful! I love your work.

Marie Arden said...

You painted a stunning and colorful work of art. I love it because it is PINK too! Happy Spring!

Mary said...

Beautiful photos Erin and of course hydrangeas are my favorite. Yesterday I ventured out, though still chilly, and pruned the dead flowers on my bushes - little green leaves appearing so hopefully the hydrangeas will do well this Spring before that NC humidity and heat attacks!

Easter blessings to you and Bentley dear.
Hugs - Mary

Regina said...

Happy Pink Sat. How pretty! and delightful!


angel gonzales said...

Wow! Those painting look nice. The colors look so vibrant. They are really beautiful.

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Sonia said...

Gorgeous! Happy Easter! Love Hydrangeas and your painting!
Miss Bloomers

Merlesworld said...

Hydrangeas are wonderful plants and there flowers are lovely, your painting does capture the flowers very well.
Merle.........

Monique Elisabeth said...

Your garden makes me smile. You already have such wonderful blooming flowers. I'm still in the midst of Winter. Spring has arrived, but we still have Frosts and snow.
I love your painting. Such rich colours.
Happy Easter to you.

Bernideen said...

Your garden is 6 weeks ahead of ours - maybe 2 months. We can still have snow yet here in Colorado! I love your painting of the hydrangeas - the style where it goes off the page so to speak - beautiful!

WHOADesigns-JenelleDesigns said...

Erin-
So beautiful!! Love the pink hydrangeas--your blog is such a happy place to hang out!!
ox
Jenelle

Marlynne said...

I so- so- so- love your painting style! Your super! So There! Marlynne

Sami said...

Beautiful painting as always. I love Hydrangeas, they are the all over the islands my husband came from (The Azores)in various colours.
I have a single pot that I treat with great care, but they have to be in the shade, as Perth's heat is too much for this plant.

angel gonzales said...

I love what you did with the Hydrangeas. They look so lovely! You have been so patient painting them. I love how it turned out.

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