Friday, April 20, 2018

A Tree by the Side of the Road by Latane

                     Good Morning, all you painters and those who aren't. 

I recently did this tree in watercolor. I was having trouble doing trees. The best thing to do when you are 'having trouble' is just keep doing it until you get it right.  Joining with Paint Party Friday


And, for a visit to my daughter's blog that features our Mom and Daughter lunches and fun trips click HERE

15 comments:

  1. Yes, it usually work best! Your tree painting is great. There is nice summer feeling.
    Happy PPF xx

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  2. Very lovely! It 's a beautiful tree and the landscape is so pretty. I would be happy to take a nice walk here!

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  3. Beautiful piece, I love trees.

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  4. beautiful scene Latane and great advice too. Happy PPF!

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  5. It's wonderful! Really beautiful...the tree is just perfect! I wouldn't have made the path quite as straight...a little bit of a curve or wiggle in it would keep the straightness of it from catching the eye away from the tree. But, it's amazing!

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  6. I think your tree is lovely and I have to admit I have trouble doing them too, I think I don't paint "loose" enough to get them right.

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  7. I like it!
    Have a wonderful week-end!

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  8. Love your tree by the side of the road. And your header is simply gorgeous!

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  9. I love how you did these leaves. And you are right. ((HUGS))

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  10. Your tree is gorgeous. ..great style too! Something to say for persistence!

    Peace Giggles

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  11. Wow. And she persisted! Well done!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  12. So pretty! I want to step into that scene!

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  13. Is the tree watercolor? I like the whole 'trees' painting. Mom and daughter was delightful, thanks for adding it to your blog. . . please continue to do that. Blessings, Janet

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  14. That is very pretty! You are right about practicing. I started my watercolours about 2 years ago now, and I can see how I've improved since then!

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