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Rose Painting - Afternoon In The Rose Garden by David Lloyd Glover

Afternoon In The Rose Garden is a painting by David Lloyd Glover which was uploaded on June 7th, 2011.

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Lovely painting!

Thanks Kathy.

Beautiful work! Love the composition! Congratulations on your sale!!!!

Appreciate your comment Bruce.

Love it! Feels like home. Congrats on the sale.

It is a grand old house.

A wonderful capture! Congrats on your sale!

Thanks so much.

Congratulations, this is beautiful. Joni

This is stunning work David; I thought it was a photo until I read your description....really a gorgeous watercolor - congratulations on the awesome sale! jd

Outstanding photo, David! Beautiful place to take photos or do paintings. And, thanks so much for the short history lesson on this place. Always fun to learn something about the artist or the works along with the beauty! Submit to Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery for FEATURING, if you haven't as of yet.

I thought I did send it to you. Great location for artists.

Have never seen a paint brush do the job of a camera lens ! Excellent ! I'm sure you love flowers a lot.So much life here !

Love the composition and textures! Congrats on your sale, too! Blessings, Suzanne

Congratulations on your sale, David. Lovely painting.

What a beautiful work! Congratulations on your sale.

Hey my old province of BC...thanks for your comment. Wilfrido.

David, THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL!!! What a talent of knowlegde and control and yes, patience to create such a masterpiece! Loxi Sibley

No kidding!

Me as well, David.

In a few instances I will use some liquid mask but I really don't like to do that. I prefer working from a tight sketch that indicates to me the parts I want to leave out so they become the highlights. Patience, patience.

I'm amazed at how many tiny white spaces are in your watercolors, and what I wonder what method you used. It must have been very painstaking, as watercolor runs, unless you applied white paint on top(?). I would love to know your process. I haven't painted very much with watercolor but I would like to. I love the reflection in the window. Beautiful.

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