Friday, 16 September 2011

JAPANESE VASE ELY PALACE



A few years back Anita and I were invited to paint in Ely Palace. Although we spent the day working in the grounds, inside I was attracted to two large vases on corner windowsills and took a number of photos. Here is the acrylic of the JAPANESE VASE as finally completed - my daughter having bagged the CHINESE ONE full of deep purples. It has only just been adjusted as a result of a comment by my husband who said the deep burnt orange flowers I originally created dominated the vase - then I realised why I was not satisfied with it - so voila here it is with the toned down blooms ready for submission to the Art Circle autumn show in the Forum Norwich.

4 comments:

Sandy Maudlin said...

How striking and dramatic. I love the contrast of the white in the window with the delicate flowers and vase. Beautifully created!

Sandra Rowney said...

Good luck with the submission Joan. I liked the original orange flowers but I like the white ones even better.

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Surprised you remember the original bronzy coloured blooms Sandra. You might see also that I enhanced the colours in the vase as well.

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