Monday, August 3, 2009

Brinco de Princesa / Fuchsia

Watercolor, 16.5 x 11.7 inches.

Aquarela, 42 x 29.7 cm.

14 comments:

siete said...

Preciosa, bellísima, esta flor se llama aquí "Pendientes de la Reina".

Un abrazo muy fuerte.

Enrique.

Jessica said...

Ow.. great technical ability!Very sensible work, love it.

Theo R. said...

Nice sense of design and mood. Excellent blog!

lolly-jolly said...

wow! first i thought these are ballet dancers!!! gorgeous

danadpatterson said...

Just beautiful. Tell me, have you found anything you can't paint wonderfully?

Dinara said...

Wonderful work! Everytime I visit your blog I have a brighter day!

Yvonne Zwingert said...

Fábio, você se superou nas ultimas postagens. Parabéns pelo trabalho sensacional!

Gwen Bell said...

This is gorgeous, Fabio! Those bright pinks are so beautiful next to the dark greens and I like the way you left the bottom right light. Great composition!

Carla Y. Matsue said...

Trabalho delicado e competente, parabéns!

Arlet said...

What a master painter you are!Excellent work, nice composition!

giulia_szavo said...

I´m not an artist. I just like to watch from time to time some good modern paintigs. I want to learn ,for my self. Maybe once I will be capable to do something by myself

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Enrique, gracias, é uma das minhas flores prediletas!

Hi Jessica, Theo, thanks!

Hi Lolly, thanks, you're right, they look like dancers!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Danap..sure, there are lots of things I'm not able to paint...thanks for your words.

Thanks, Dinara!

Thanks, Gwen!

Thanks, Arlet!

Hi Giulia, thanks! I'm sure you can!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Carla, Yvonne, muito obrigado!