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My beautiful garden

by Shelina Khimji
Image description has not been provided
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 50" * 60"
Price: Not for sale

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by Shelina Khimji on Jan 30, 2014 at 11:04 AM
Thank you Carl. Well just wasnt too sure if that was your full name:D
Thanks for the direct comments as it is only such comments which will improve me and as you said not misguide me towards the false path, so all the more reason I value them.
by CarlOwen on Nov 28, 2013 at 04:01 PM
Happy Thanksgiving. Just call me Carl. It sure beats some of the names I have been called. Besides, I am used to it. Thank you for taking my comments serious. I do not say nice things just to be nice. That can lead a person down a false path. I tend to be a serious and direct person. I think I survived working in two different prison systems with that quality. I will look at your other work off and on and give you feedback.
by Shelina Khimji on Nov 28, 2013 at 05:37 AM
Dear CarlOWen,
I am so honoured to receive all the tips and your perception of my artwork. Thank you for spending all that time to commenting on it. much appreciated.
I have noted your suggestions and will definitely try taking better pictures to show my paintings. Oh white daisies and zig zag, hmm surely makes sense, will reassess my painting and add those in the way you suggested. I would love you to check all my art that I have put up so far, ooops going far and asking for a lot haha:)
by CarlOwen on Nov 06, 2013 at 11:09 PM
by CarlOwen on Nov 06, 2013 at 08:08 PM
I have pushed as far as I can go today in the painting,drawing stuff. Still up a bit to much so I am at this site experiencing visual delights. This painting has promise. Learn how to display for competition. Judges do not want to see an amateur photo showing discordant background. If you want to compete get photoshop 10 or something. Show only the painting. Put more white daisies in the lower left. More faded yellow in the right. And, add two red flowers
by CarlOwen on Nov 06, 2013 at 11:08 PM
in the upper left. That makes the viewer do a zig-zag eye movement across the painting. The longer the viewer looks at the painting the more interest is sparked in the viewer. That can lead somewhere. Think about it a bit and I wish you success.
by Shelina Khimji on Oct 30, 2013 at 05:28 AM
Dear E, thanks so very much for the feedback, and the lovely comment. It is surely motivating to hear that:)
You are most welcome.
by ehoeveler on Oct 17, 2013 at 07:22 AM
What a lovely collection of flowers! I especially like how you
used your violet/purple coloring and the green/beige/orchid background is perfect. Thank You, E

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