Watercolor Wednesday

yellow cliffs watercolor
Watercolor, 12×12″ sq. Lanaquarelle 140┬ú cold pressed

Artwork by L’Adelaide. All rights reserved.

This became hummingbirds but that’s another post for another watercolor wednesday!
At least that’s my plan… Famous last words.




I found I could say things with colors that I couldn’t say in any other way ~
things that I had no words for.

~ Georgia O’Keeffe


28 thoughts on “Watercolor Wednesday

  1. A very beautiful painting. So glad you are back on the blog. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I appreciate it.

    1. You’re welcome, my dear and thanks for your kind comments. I keep thinking I’m done with blogging but seriously doubt I will ever completely give it up! xxx

  2. Soothing. May you be well.

    1. And you too, Gretchen. I’ve yet to get out of bed, dreading trip to new doctor.
      Frankly they never help, only confuse.

      I’m better off to sit in the quiet, alone, splashing my watercolor around with a salad for dinner. And quiet!

      There’s a message in there I think….

      1. I think so too. A magnificent healer years ago told me….’it’s your body.’ I have always, always had extremely unusual body ailments. Be well…be joyful….

  3. I love abstract art…and that is a great Georgia O’Keeffe quote. I believe it is true. Very nice artwork. ­čÖé

    1. Thank you so much. And it is one of my favorite Georgia quotes!

  4. Love those words of Ms O’Keeffe and your butterflies will become in their own good time,

    1. Thank you, sweet Joss! A favorite of mine too.

      1. She was a fascinating woman and created such beauty for us.

  5. A stunning dream! Fantastic!

    1. Your words mean a lot to me, Elena. Thank you! ­čÖé

    1. Thanks, Cindy! ­čÖé

  6. Your hummingbirds were essentially asking to be painted, weren’t they?

    1. Of course they were! It’s always that way, even if it’s against the painter’s better judgement! These were really LOUD hummers too! ­čśë

  7. Wednesday used to be just another day.. till you start painting! Love the icon problem you have now you see me now you don’t.. ­čÖé Super weekend xxx

    1. A lovely thing to say, my dear! Thanks! xox

  8. Okay–the good news is you’re the artist and I’m not. LOL I don’t see no hummers in there! Oh, but I know you’ll help them materialize, which is why YOU’RE the artist and I’m not! ­čśë
    I saw a tired, lonely, cowboy-less horse– and the craggy walls of New Mexico.
    I think I have a need to go to the southwest…..LOL

    1. Haha nope.. Upside down on lower side I think…can’t exactly remember just now. I’ve paintings piling up, done & undone! Been getting ” it” out on the wet paper dripping with color. Since buying my little table, a drop- leaf no less, I’ve been able to pick up my brush on a whim, for better or not. Splashing in pink bubbles, smearing violet and lemon, joyful moments.

      Oh my, I must go to bed. I even answered you backwards via comments! Ah well…much love, happy solstice – hoping those storms are banished from your place! xxxx

  9. Love it dear Linda! So soft and colorfulÔŁĄ´ŞĆ

    1. My apologies, sweet Violet, I am a bit tardy with some comments that were lost to me. I really wish that wouldn’t happen!! Thank you for your lovely words to me. I’m glad you enjoyed this little piece. ÔÖí

  10. Exquisitely delicate.

    Congratulations on this work.

    1. Welcome to my small place here at WP, Hariod! Thank you for leaving me your kind words. They are always appreciated. Namaste my friend~

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