Sunday, July 20, 2008

Cardon in Bloom

Cardon in Bloom
6.5" x 10" Watercolor on paper

When in season, you can find cardon stalks being sold in grocery stores all over town in Geneva. You can also find them pickled so that you can savor them all year round. It's a region delicacy. I found this beautiul bloom at the Botanical Gardens in Geneva, a few weeks ago, and fell in love with it.

My daughter has been on Summer vacation and, therefore, I have not been painting and posting as often. We have been busy having fun - hiking, biking, swimming, travelling, making wonderful memories.... I shall go back to posting on a regular basis in the fall when she goes back to school - as a middle schooler! Meanwhile, I shall post whenever I get a chance to paint in between our comings and goings. I hope you are all having a great summer!

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3 comments:

indiaartist said...

Beautiful work Theresa and I know that watercolor is a very unforgiving medium. Thanks.

E. Floyd said...

Love the thistle, some deep violet ones are blooming on the sides of highways in the DC area.

ale balanzario said...

Beautiful work, I just found your blog, you are very good with watercolor,

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