Painting Adventures in Austin, Texas
This is definately worthy of a margarita.... Maybe several!!Love the luscious paint and the very margarity colors!!
Camille, this painting really appeals to me on many levels. I love the abstracted colorful way you thickly laid on the paint!
This is so rich and, as Marian noted, luscious! Even the letters of "Patron" look 3-dimensional. Great job, Camille! I look forward to seeing more pieces like this!
Beautiful Painting, Camille! great composition and I love the way you applied the paint. Great job!
LOL! Great painting after celebrating! This is luminous and fun. : )
I dig the lines and colors.
Painting and drinking your lunch. You live the good life C.O..
Patron and paint...nice combo. Really love this one Camille. Great colours and lush applications.
HiThis is a beautiful painting. Great job. Keep up the good work.
I love those Patron bottles. I have quite a few saved to paint some day; glad it provided a good inspiration for you after our alcohol-less lunch. Cool idea and excellent interpretation!
The impasto treatment on this one is great! Connie Miller may as well put my name on her invite list, next time she makes some. I love those things, too!
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You made the Patron bottle a true objet d'art! Love the colors!
Yummy colors here and I really enjoy the bold paint application! Too bad we couldn't meet up in Dallas... that would've been fun!
Thank you SO much to everybody! You made me happy...happy enough that I should celebrate with a margarita... :D
Everyone that lives in Texas should learn the words to "Jose Quervo, you are a friend of mine"
I just love this, Camille! The application is wonderful. Love the bright greens and that bold wine outline and splash of purple at the bottom of the bottle.
You're a girl after my own heart :>) Patron Silver is my favorite! I love the thick paint used for the thick glass- Im inspired to drink & paint... that's probably not a good thing! :>)
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