Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Getting a little larger...

This is a 10x10 so I am getting larger now. I will probably stick with 10x10 then go on up to 12x12 the see where it goes from there. Bigger is definitely harder but my goal is to paint the big one!!! I will be going to a workshop in February (God willing of course) with Robert Burridge and I am excited about that. The Workshop is called "Large and Loose" so at least I know I probably will paint the BIG one then.

17 comments:

Cynthia Schelzig said...

WOW...this blew me off my seat!! FAbulous!!! oooh you are really going to be READY come Feb...wow,,,,

Julie-ann Bowden said...

Awesome WOW!

fran p. said...

This is wowsa! Can't wait to see the "big one" - even if it's not until February!!!

Mary said...

Marthy, this is wonderful!!

will you email me more about the workshop? :)

Buffy said...

So Beautiful Martha,love the splatter. How exciting that you're going to take Roberts class,and I just wanted to thank you for letting me know about his classes. I'm going to order them soon,just waiting till my daughter goes back to school. Thanks again.

jgr said...

Martha, these paintings are GREAT!

Caryl said...

I have also been trying this technique it is a lot of fun. I love what you are doing.

PaperPumpkin said...

Aah! I opened up your post, from the title and words only, and Ta- Da! The flower tops showed up on my computer...WOW! These are SO GORGEOUS, Martha! I ♥LOVE♥ your colors and textures and techniques and that you are going big! I am super excited. Hugs, kath

Theresa said...

Beautiful and so cheery! The splatter is the perfect touch!

Nancy said...

Just beautiful!

Nancy B said...

I am enjoying watching your progress with the Burridge looseness! I am also a RB fan. This one is very fun! Thanks for the encouragement - I think I'm getting out my brushes today : )

Denise Riches said...

Amazingly beautiful! I would love to be able to paint with such looseness and abstraction! I'm too much of a perfectionist and paint exactly what I see...I hate that!
Great work!

Marilyn Rock said...

Awesome Martha! Love the texture and the splatter makes it so alive! Pretty soon you'll be doing murals :) xxoo

Lesley said...

This is wonderful Martha. If you're anything like me you will really enjoy having more and more space to fill. I started with cards and ATCs a few years ago and last week did a painting 24"x16" for our wall and loved it!
x

lori vliegen said...

all of your abstract flowers are definitely "tickling" my fancy......i think you've found your nitch!!! keep havin' fun!! xoxo

Bren said...

How exciting, you are going to have a great time at one of Roberts workshops.
Love this one, just beautiful

Lottie said...

This is stunning - and would look perfect in garden room

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