“Candy Land” © Carolee Clark
acrylic on canvas
28″ x 22″
I just love your colorful work! Maybe you could do a post on your thought process, how you got into candyland…
What a perfect title. Wonderful rendition for this challenge
Ya, “Candy Land” was the working title and I couldn’t get it out of my head 🙂
I love your colors and cheerful approach to the SF Victorian! Wow you must have a lot of fun in your creative world 🙂
Thanks Erika. I am always trying to be more funky, abstract and creative which for me, definitely, is more fun.
Wow, Carolee, this is just beautiful!
I viewed this piece on Karin’s weekly challenge blog to find out you are a local artist! Well, you don’t get much more local, as I too live in Philomath. My husband, our son and I moved here just in Sept. from the coast.
I’m glad I ran across you as your work is simply gorgeous!
~ Dana Marie
That is so cool. Welcome to the area! I hope that you will visit my studio sometime.
And of course, thank you so much!
Awesome work, very imaginative and delightful.
What fun! so delightful!
Thank you all for your comments. They are appreciated!
Ooooo Carolee, another magical mystery tour of color and shape. I’ve been a fan of yours ever since your DSFDF portrait of Deano!
That’s a classic!
The colour harmony is so sweet you wanna yum………
Carolee, when I first saw this, and it definitely grabbed my attention, and I thought, she did another watercolour piece collage. It definitely has the same feel as Dean’s portrait. Beautiful idea and execution.
Thanks Vern. I like shape, and this, like the watercolour collages, is definitely a shape painting. Thank you so much for your comment.
Wow, Carolee, this is beautiful! Wonderful colors and design.
Thank you everyone. I had fun with this challenge and the building really reminded me of candles or candy, so I went with that feeling.
Wow! Your painting is wonderfully inventive. Marvelous colors.
wow! What fun! I have enjoyed your work!
Your interpretations leave me in awe – the way you paint is .. awesome!
You are amazingly prolific and creative. I really enjoy the fantasy of the image. I hope everyone know you also have a painting on exhibit now at New Morning Bakery, in Corvallis on Second Street.
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