Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Work in Progress

Hoping I can finish this girl tomorrow night after a meeting I have to attend. It was fun to paint a larger painting and a girl again!

I'm leaning towards naming this one : Buffets are Evil :)

Thanks for stopping by!


Anonymous said...

You are a scream! that is so funny! She has such a cute face though!
Laughing at you once again..
Hugs, DArlene

Nicola said...

hahah great title!!! Lovely painting! Every time I see your work I think to myself 'I really must do more watercolour'.....I think that I will!!!

Micki said...

I love this girls face Darla, you certainly do have a way with creating character in your girls faces!

Micki x

Anonymous said...

This little girl is so sweet and loving her dress and the way she holds her head towards and listening.
I didn't know Beryl Cook had died.
She certainly made her life worth while leaving us all her fun art.
So pleased you enjoyed looking at her art also. Thank you for sharing this, Darla, your a star!

Val Zdero said...

Love the title - so far so very nice - look forward to seeing her finished, Val xo

Mary said...

Either that or she ate all of your yummy chocolate banana pie!!! :)

She is adorable!

Utah Grammie said...

she's lovely and I like her "fluffiness" (we don't use the 'F' word...fat) :-)

Miss Meliss said...

What Beautiful art!


PBsArtStudio said...

HAHA...thats a great name for this adorable painting!

Renee said...

She is awesome and I totally love her. She is shaped exactly like me.

I love the pies on the bottom and am going to try to get someone to make them for me.

Love Renee xoxo

Lynne said...

Isn't that the truth~!!! I think pizza buffets were invented somewhere in the dark regions of earth! I love your barn paintings, Darla. They're beautiful. The cards you make and sell on your Etsy store. Do you have any paintings like those?

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Thank you all! I'm hoping to finish her up tonight but I just got reminded of a Norwex party I'm supposed to attend.

Lynne, I don't have any larger paintings of barns right now. I've actually been commissioned to paint a scene on a large saw so I was just revisiting some techniques with the little ACEO cards. (I was out of practice! hehe) I might just do larger ones though :) Thanks for asking!