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Summer Tree

Summer Tree

Simple Summer Tree

Ink and Watercolors

Deb Adams

© 2012

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  2. A nice little tree on a nice little island in the sky.

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  3. Now you need the summer wind….frank sinatra.

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    • All summer long, we sang a song – and then we strolled that golden sand
      Two sweethearts, and the summer wind.

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  4. Beauty in its simplistic form, Deb~♥~I could find peace reading or writing, while sitting underneath your great little summer tree! xoxoxo

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    • I can see you there, reading, and pondering now. 🙂
      Thank you, Lauren, that was a lovely comment! Hugs xoxo

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  5. what a beautiful green tree,i would give anything to sit under it and day dream….loved the painting..and you know what they say …to make things look simple is the hardest thing in the world.takes finesse to do so..
    loved it 🙂
    hugs 🙂

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    • Not a tree like this, Soma. Just slap a little paint on the watercolor paper and blog with a paper towel, let it dry, then do it again. For a more of blend is look, only let it be almost dry and apply again. And the trunk keeping it darkest nearest the tree for shade appearance, add a few branches here and there between the clumps of leaves and on the bottom of the trunk allow it to be lighter since it’s sees more light than the top leaving a jagged on the bottom so you can add flowers or plants if you want.
      Thanks Soma! 🙂

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  6. Ah, beautiful summer tree Deb!!!! 🙂

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    • One of the things you and I have in common…we love to paint trees. Thanks Marina! 🙂

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  7. Nice piece Deb! 🙂

    You are one talented lady! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  8. Beautiful Deb. 🙂

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  9. Androgoth

     /  August 8, 2012

    A very nice painting Deb 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

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  10. This is one of your best trees yet. You are really getting the detail down. Keep them coming honey.

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    • Thank you, Honey! This one was pretty easy to do. You can read how I did it by reading my reply to Soma!
      Love you! xoxo

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  11. Your art always moves my heart, and lifts my mind! Thanks Deb…I love trees very much!

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    • Thank you kindly, Wendell. You always have a way of making me feel like my art is more. 🙂 …Thank you for that!

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  12. Piękne drzewo…..
    😉

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  13. This one is more beautiful than the autumn. I love its cheerful green

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    • Really, I like the autumn one more, but I’m very partial to the warm fall colors. Thank you very much, Novroz! 🙂

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  14. Very nice Debbie. I miss this kind of work on your blog.

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    • Well I’ve been doing a lot of watercolors lately. It is so nice to see you, Keith. Thanks for the visit and comment!

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  15. Beautiful.

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  16. It looks like the grass under the tree is on fire. That’s the bonus of bad eyesight. You see things other people don’t.

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    • I can see what your seeing, Tony! 🙂
      I wonder who’s eye site is worse, yours or mine. My prescription is over 10 years old…lol

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  17. Beautiful. Very well done, Debbie 🙂
    Hugs,
    xx

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  18. MysteryCoach

     /  August 11, 2012

    oooooh! I missed this one! That’s beautiful!

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    • No you didn’t, your here now..well, on the 11th you were. I’m so behind. Hey, so check out my recent post..I know you like a chuckle now and then. 😉
      Thanks for the comment on this one, Sue! 🙂

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  19. Love the simplicity and peace that it invokes. Just what I need right now.

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  20. hannekekoop

     /  August 15, 2012

    Trees are beautiful, just like this painting. I love it, Deb :-).

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