Wednesday, April 29, 2009

"Indian Blanket"



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This is a wildflower that grows everywhere here and called an Indian Blanket. It's hard to compose with because it's got a wide range of values all on it's own. So if you put it against something light, you lose the light yellow tips, and if you put it against something dark, all you see are the light yellow tips. This was my compromise - sort of half and half. Indian Blanket meets polka dot cup.

4 comments:

Carolina said...

Good solution... It turned out great (as usual...:)

rahina qh said...

such a cute little flower, who would think it could cause so much trouble, but clearly you've sorted it effectively:) r.

meera kul said...

though you have painted it fifty fifty the expression in it is 100%

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Awesome. That smokey blue background is fabulous! You are a master at polka dots.