Roses in a Bottle

(Larger) Watercolor on hot press paper, 5×7″

This was intended to be a study for an oil painting the next day, but during the night the kitties knocked over the bottle, and all the water spilled out, pooling on the studio’s hardwood floors overnight. After their rough night, the lovely roses were no longer such perfect specimens. So this is both their opening curtain and their final curtsy. Mine too, for today. Amazingly (for me) I can’t think of another thing to say!

Flower Art, Glass, Painting, Sketchbook Pages, Still Life, Watercolor
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Join the conversation! 6 Comments

  1. Oh – another beautiful Jana flower and glass bottle! I LOVE these compositions….


  2. Echoing Shirley… beautiful!


  3. Glass is so hard to do in watercolor, and yet you make it look effortless. It’s a wow, thanks for putting it up for us!


  4. I have to agree with the others – you are top notch at doing glass, Jana. (And I bet you grew the roses, too!)


  5. You are a superb artist and I enjoy your paintings


  6. Your look like the ones in my upstairs bedroom. I love the watercolors too (way to many acrylic and oil out there). Watercolor takes special talent.



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