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Roses Painting - Royal Rose by David Lloyd Glover

Royal Rose is a painting by David Lloyd Glover which was uploaded on May 27th, 2011.

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Very beautiful work, David! :)

Yep, red is a challenge but you make it look so easy, lovely

Absolutely gorgeous, David! v

GORGEOUS,David! f/v

Stunning floral!

From one watercolorist to another: Great job. I love the shine of the leaves and the range of values.

Excellent! f/v

so very beautiful ~ xx f/v

You make flowers look edible,David!

...and a Royal Treatment, too.............Larry

Beautiful watercolor, David! Love the realistic look to the beautiful rose, and the color and lighting are superbly done!

Appreciate your comments Randy

This is Wow piece.

Great, I actually enjoyed painting this watercolor.

Brilliant and this painting !!!

Thanks so much Kavita.

Magnificent watercolor! You have captured the light beautifully! Favorite.

Thanks Addie, its all about the light.

This is an exercise in working with the watercolor medium. Getting convincing red tones with transparent watercolor is always a challenge. I find it so much easier to paint roses with oil and acrylic because you can smoothly blend colors. Watercolors will leave edges and the colors will dull out if you use to much.

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