Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Cornflowers, Oil Painting by Linda McCoy
Cornflowers line the sides of the roads now, they seem to go on forever. T picked these for me, the flowers immediately folded. I was ready to pitch the bunch but he said leave them and see what happens in the morning. Happily new buds had opened the next day which allowed me time to paint them. I worked fast, unsure of how long they would remain open. This is an old copper pot with much patina. I found it in an antique shop in Maysville, Kentucky a few years ago. This is the fourth time I've painted it, it just feels right.
12"X16" Oil on gallery wrapped canvas. $200.00, email me if you are interested in purchasing. firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright Linda McCoy 2012