Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Blooming Tuesday

I must say that Sherry, a friend of mine, has a blog called Q's Corner. She takes the most marvelous photos. I am often inspired to paint one of her photos. Her love of nature just oozes off her blog posts, like this bee on camomile. I hope you all have a great Blooming Tuesday.

15 comments:

Teri C said...

Sweet! Great job. You just did Blooming Tuesday and Animal Wednesday!!

I went and looked at her Blog and it is wonderful!

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Lovely painting. I love bees in a painting or photograph. I will go check out her blog now.

soulbrush said...

terrific, have we seen this one before, or am i just seeing beeeees?

marianne said...

Wow Lisa, this bee is really alive!!!
What an amazing piece!!!
Happy BT and it would be a Happy Animal Wednesday as well!

Julie said...

Oh, so sweet, Lisa!!! Love this one!!!

africantapestry said...

This is a beautiful piece!! Great work
ronell

Quiet Paths said...

That is really a very nice image. Great blending of the liquid-sunshine effect of a summer's day.

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
Thank you for being inspired...you inspire me to keep on taking photographs....
Lovely painting....
You ARE good...
Sherry

marianne said...

Ahh lovely again!
HAW!

SandyCarlson said...

Wowee kapowee. That is amazing. God bless every source of inspiration for doubly enriching our lives!

Laure Ferlita said...

This is gorgeous, Lisa, love the fluidness around the bee and flower!

Deb said...

Seeing your wonderful watercolour of Sherry's photo made me think of how fabulous a book would be of the two ~ You are both so talented!

steviewren said...

Your bee looks real. I had to blow the picture up to tell the difference.

yoon see said...

Yeah, I totally agree with Teri, Lisa you have cleverly combine it both for Blooming Tuesday and Animal Wednesday!!
I super love your illo here just because the lavish of green and yellow...just so tempting!
Thank you and thank you and thank you Lisa!

BT said...

That is one beautiful painting from a lovely photo Lisa. Well done.