Friday, May 29, 2009

Hydrangea ...Study / Hortênsia...Estudo


Watercolor, 16.5 x 11.7 inches, not available for purchase.

Aquarela, 42 x 29.7 cm, indisponível para venda.

14 comments:

rjoynerartworks said...

another beauty. love the loose strokes and your ability to include just the right amount of detail to balance the painting. outstanding. you have a new fan. so thankful that I have found your blog and an artist that brings inspiration to my work. thanks for staying in touch and the helpful hints. best wishes....

Desirré B. said...

I never get tired of looking at all your beautiful art! You amaze me! I can hardly wait to see what you come up with next! Your art is inspiring!

Silvio Brinez said...

Fabio, trasluces un alma pura.Me encanta la brillantez de tus colores.Saludos.

Phill said...

Fantastic study, thank you for sharing.

Raquel Martins said...

Obrigada, professor,pela dedicação e talento. Seu blog é um espetáculo.

Cathy said...

The painting is very loose, but it's amazing to see that we can still guess they are hydrangeas and not any other flower; but when you look closer, and try to decipher, it's difficult to know how you achieve that!!!

Susan McNeill said...

Magic touch. Your art is wonderful.

Sandra Penna said...

Lindo trabalho, leve e perfeito!

Barbra joan said...

This is a favorite for me as I love this combination pinks, greens, beautiful! Your flower paintings always make me feel good.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Robert, thanks, your work is great, I like it. I'll visit your blog again.

Hi Desirré, thanks for your nice words!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Silvio, gracias!

Phill, thanks a lot!

Hi Cathy, lovel words as usual, thanks...Yes, it's just a study,a loose painting..but the flower shape is always on my mind.

Hi Susan, thanks!

Hi Barbra, thanks for your lovely words!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Oi Sandra, muito obrigado!

Olá, Raquel, vc é muito gentil. Obrigado!

Jala Pfaff said...

Do you do your flower paintings from life or from imagination?

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Jala...most of the time, from imagination. Sometimes from life, for example, an exotic , different flower. Thanks for stopping by!