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Painting Painting - Poppies by Brenda Ruark

Poppies is a painting by Brenda Ruark which was uploaded on April 30th, 2013.

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You have a wonderful collection of floral paintings. I love thesemiabstraction and feeling ofthis one. I invite you to join the COntemporary Florals Group as another showcase for your work. like/fav

Brenda Ruark replied:

Thank you! Your appreciation is encouraging to me. I have looked for the Contemporary FLorals Group and could not find it. Will try again.

Beyond Beautiful....F

Brenda Ruark replied:

Thank you, Bobby! Your appreciation is encouraging.

I really like this, Brenda!

Brenda Ruark replied:

Thank you, Marlene

Hi Brenda, I really enjoyed all of your paintings ..this one is amazing!.. would like to learn the way how you brush up every paint thickness on each flowers. Did you work with palette knife? I am so envious and really admiring of all your artworks. Keep on work! JS

Brenda Ruark replied:

Hi Jason, Thank you for your nice comments. No need to be envious...you do such beautiful paintings yourself. I do not work with a palette knife. Paint thickness happens whenever I paint over an area that I'm not satisfied with.