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Dead Black Tulips - Part Two and Final

Thought you guys might like to see the final version of my painting, Dead Black Tulips.

But I did add a bit more color.  But they are still dead.

That's it.  I'm running late and am starting to feel a bit anxious.

See you next week!

For those of you that participated in the Mixed Media Hop this weekend, I've posted the winner of the blog candy over on my Facebook page, Bloomingpink Studios!

Go See if you're a winner!


Donna K said…
Final and fantastic! Love these beautiful dead tulips! Enjoy your trip and we'll see you on the flip side!!!
Donna K
VanessaB said…
wow. love the final version. beautiful. :)
Jessica Buffa said…
Rebecca, I truly adore your paintings. Your style is reminiscent of Money and I have always been fond of Impressionism. Keep on Being Talented! I want to see more!
Quirky Queen Peacock
Cheri said…
Love the texture of this. Super job.

DIYDesignStudio said…
This is really wonderful! How can something with Dead in the title be so great?

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