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Pastel for Irene — 8 Comments

  1. There were comments from Facebook and Twitter:

    Zuda Gay wrote: It is wonderful, Diane!!

    Jordan Mercedes wrote: really like the pastel great colors.

    Ellen Cohen Blanchette wrote: Everyone should check out Diane’s blog – her art is beautiful! All kinds of useful tips for artists too.

    Doraymefalatido wrote: these are just beautiful…love ur use of color…gorgeous! : )

    Jean Levert Hood wrote: I catching up on blogs tonight, Diane! You have some wonderful posts! …as always! I’m glad you’re having fun with pastels!

    Robin Maria Pedrero wrote: nice pastel Diane

    Thank you, Zuda, Jordan, Do Ray Me, Jean, Robin and Ellen!
    ~ Diane

  2. I love this painting, it looks like a beautiful boquet of flowers in a vase… did you use oil pastels? What kind of substrait did you use? Watercolor paper? What size is it? Love it!

  3. I love the softness of this pastel work, Diane. I’m looking forward to seeing more of them. Glad to hear that you are managing to get back to your studio. Life does throw us those “one foot in front of the other” days (and weeks)!

  4. You’re such a sweetheart, Diane. Here you go and post a wonderful picture on the day after I ask for it. You’re full of surprises.

    It’s very beautiful and I love the way you have blended the colors. I can imagine you sitting there and creating this. This is what your hands were made for! This is you making the direct connection to your art and your talent!

    How presumptuous of me to tell you what to do! But I love it.

    Much love,

  5. I totally hear you,: “for Irene | Diane Clancy’s Art Blog”. Added to my RSS This has been a great read and a help; especially in the current economic climate ~pottery

  6. I do agree with Irene. I haven’t been visiting much recently, but I do really like your hand made work sooooooo much. I guess I am an old fashioned girl. The digital images are pretty, but the pastels and suchlike are moving and interesting – I guess the hand work makes them more emotional?
    Way to go gal. Hope the treatment is not too unpleasant and your recovery is swift.

  7. Hey Diane,

    Thank you so much for having stopped by my blog: I loved having you there :D!

    This pastel is truly beautiful! Irene was right! 🙂
    It is soothing and warm! You should show us more!


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