Saturday, March 20, 2010

Spring Infusion

What to do when upon the first official
day of Spring, you wake up to +2" of
snow and howling north winds...

You paint, of course!



And create your own Springtime garden,
full of the most delightful tulips and
dapper butterflies.



18 comments:

*jean* said...

these are gorgeous!!

Me! said...

Oh! I want to come to your house to play! Such talent!
. . . sigh . . .

Herm said...

Beautiful and colorful flowers!

Wild Somerset Child said...

I cannot believe this - well of course I can, having fallen in love with your work and your book. I am still thinking my winter concertina fabricaton, and now you bring this spring-burst of beauty and I drown in the possibilities. I will dream tulips and polyanthus and all the spring flowers I have written about over so many years. Thankyou for sharing your wonderful art.

Dianne said...

Love you springtime art!

Janee said...

beautiful paintings! It looks like the snow was certainly a good thing!

:)

Gloria said...

Wow, beautiful!

You inspire me to do something far more exciting than paying the bills I'm about to pay.

Your art is beautiful, and I'm so happy you are sharing it on your blog!

Todd said...

Beautiful!! I so want to learn to paint. I see you are going to be at Art Unraveled in Phoenix. I used to live there and never missed it. HaPpY SpRiNg!! Peace.

deb said...

Absolutely stunning, T!!!

Jane LaFazio said...

really beautiful. love tulips. love yours!

Melly Testa said...

Scrumptious, beauti-ous, yummy.

Diana Trout {Nan.DT@verizon.net} said...

Beautiful pieces. Spring is here.

Kelli Nina Perkins said...

Oh Tracie--these are wonderful! Love the colors and the sense of flowing and movement. Yum! Kelli

Carina said...

Love the parrot tulip. The rest aren't to shabby either.

Marit said...

I LOVE your tulips!!! And not because I'm a "nationalistic Dutchie" but just because they're beautiful!!! Great paintings!!!

Peggy said...

Oh so beautiful. Spring is long in coming here in the Rocky Mountains. I've only got little shoots of daffodils starting to come up and fuzzies on the Aspen trees. But we can all make spring come into our lives with our art as you so beautifully do.

Catharina Maria said...

These are all beautiful , this is the real spring !
Love Rini

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Beautiful work! How wonderful to be able to "create a garden" like that!