Sunday, September 1, 2013

30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge - Day One!

Day one of the "30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge!"


I have my own "challenge" to learn something new and post about it during these 30 days.
    Some days there will be a finished painting and on other days there will be a "lesson learned" that is good enough to share!      

Can I do it?  Will I do it?  Stay tuned or better yet, sign up to receive updates!

 

        8x8     Oil on Panel     Lavender Breeze      Special Price!   $95.00

14 comments:

  1. looking forward to your daily posts :)

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    1. Cindy, I thought your bridge was striking!
      I Will be following you through Wales!

      I have been on the road during the first days of the challenge, so hard to write.
      Happy Painting!
      Jacklyn

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  2. This is lovely! Wonderful atmosphere!

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  3. Hello Jacklyn,
    Saw your painting on Leslie's challenge.
    This piece has a soft and peaceful color scheme!
    See you around,
    Pati

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  4. Nice and loose! I'm looking forward to following your challenge posts, Jacklyn...Have fun!

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  5. I LOVE this! I like how much information you were able to put down and still have it be so loose! Wonderful! It looks like you had some fun!

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  6. Wonderful color, and great texture! Glad to see you participating, Jacklyn.

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  7. Jacklyn, I took the 30 Day Painting challenge, too! I like the challenge you set for yourself and the fact that you may post something you learned. I look forward to seeing your art! This one is beautiful!

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    1. Lana, Thank you for your comment. I am trying to keep the fun in the challenge this time. My thought was to break it down some and try to simplify what I am seeing.

      I would have answered you sooner, but have been on the road.
      Happy Painting!
      Jacklyn

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  8. Jacklyn this is wonderful. If I tried something like this, I would end up with a muddy mess. I admire your ability to work so loosly :)

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    1. Sheila, Thank you for your kind comment. I am trying to work looser and that means looking at it in a different way. I'm learning everytime I paint, and trying not to make a muddy mess! :)
      Happy Painting,
      Jacklyn

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  9. love it! greens and purples are some of my favs. So wish I could paint like this.

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    1. Sharon, Thanks! I'm trying not to be so tight, hope it lasts!
      Happy Painting, Jacklyn

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