Poppy and Wheat in Acrylics

Time lapse video of making the painting:

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43 thoughts on “Poppy and Wheat in Acrylics

    • Thank you so much! I’m happy to know you like it. I had no idea they signify this. Thank you for telling me!
      I drove recently through a few fields with wild flowers and the poppies got stuck on my mind, so I had to paint them. I love the way they look, especially between wheat. A bit of unexpected color 🙂
      Have a lovely day!

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    • Thank you dear Johanna! Always love to hear a positive feedback from a talented artist as you! Actually this painting is made a few weeks ago, but I didn’t had the chance to post it. We’re in process of moving, so it’s impossible to paint right now 🙂 Looking forward to my next one though. I really miss it. Many hugs! xo

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  1. You have the canvas in your control, there is a beautiful convergence of imagination, colour and perspective that you craft on your canvas…this is indeed lovely.
    Always love the way you create and compose the idea onto the canvas.
    Lucy, this is another beautiful creation.
    Have lovely weekend.
    😀

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    • Thank you dear Nihar! It’s always nice to know you enjoy my work. I love the way poppies look on the fields during this time of the year. I’ll sure miss them when it gets colder, so is nice to have one in acrylics 🙂
      You too have a lovely weekend! All the best 😀

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      • Lucy, it is always a pleasure reading your creative imagination on your beautiful canvas…
        Keep churning such inspirations and always be a catalyst to such critical change, change for good of humankind.
        take care!!!
        😀

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  2. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the time lapse video, Lucy. For those of us who do not have the skill or training, it is a fascinating process; and a humbling one, too. So much goes into it. Your painting is really lovely! 😀

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