Wednesday, February 11, 2009

"FUCHSIA"

I thought I'd share a photo of a Fuchsia that I did awhile ago - hope you enjoy it...

(Click on image to enlarge)

Have a Super Day!

Seeya,
OregonArtGuy

24 comments:

Lynda Lehmann said...

Fuschias are my favorite hanging plant! Thanks for sharing your photo with us!

Artist Unplugged said...

Hey OAG! That's a beautiful flower...the light pink looks like fabric and folds, reminds me of a bridesmaid dress (minus the martian follicle-like things protruding from it!) Hope you have a fantastic day waaaaaay over there in Oregon!

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Lynda: Thanks for your comment :-} They are one of my favorites too - I've got a LOT of photos of them!

OregonArtGuy said...

Unplugged; Thanks for stopping by - I didn't think anyone would notice - this is actually an alien spawning fuchsia - hence the tentacles :-} Snow today -
Seeya

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

I love this photo. It reminds me of my Grandmother. Along her covered walkway she had lots these growing. I used to think of them as Dancing Ballerina's. They look so graceful. she had this color you've taken and ones with a purple skirt. Wow this takes me back in time. They dont last to long here in Oregon.

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Cris: oooh! I really like the ones with purple! I have a digitally manipulated photo of this that maybe I'll post tomprrow, and you can tell me what you think :-}

Beetle said...

Lovely photo! Congratulations for being SlogBite's featured blog!!

Max said...

Hello OregonArtGuy!

:D

Congratulations for being the SB featured site of the day!!!

From what I see here, it is well deserving! I loved your blog and I adored your Fuchsia photo: gorgeous!!

Once again, Congrats!!

Cheers

Laura said...

Beautiful shot!

Congrats on the SB Feature Sites!!!!

OregonArtGuy said...

Beetle: Hi Babs - thanks and thanks - I think you knew before I did. It really came out of the blue - I don't ever feel like I deserve stuff like that - I'm just tryin' to have fun :-} Oh, I like your current doodle best :-}

OregonArtGuy said...

Max: Thank you very much for stopping by and for your kind remarks - I'm still a little taken aback.

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Laura: Thank you very much - I wish I could think of something witty to say - oh, I know - how's your hair dryer doing? :-}
seeya

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Cool.. look forward to it. I wish I had photos of my Grandmothers flowers, but we only had B&W Brownie cameras then. Seems funny to say that now. Look how far technology has come and in not that long a time really. That was in the late fifties, early sixties. My next camera after that was a an instant something that started with an A ..same name as the film...and was in color and came with S&H stamp's. Do you remember those? :))

Footsteps said...

I'd forgotten that my mom always had one in a hanging basket. Thanks for the memory retrieval (and nice photo)!

OregonArtGuy said...

Footsteps: Hi Heather - Thanks for dropping by and your nice comment. That memory retrival thing you were talking about - how does that work?

Footsteps said...

Ha! I'm just happy when it happens. Where were you when I was looking for my car last week?!

OregonArtGuy said...

Footsteps - See that's what I'm talking about - you remembered you have a car :-}

Samantha and Mr. Tigger said...

Congratulations on being SlogBite's Fetured Blog!! We love the picture of the Fuchsia and the blond joke!! We will be back!!
Your FL furiends,

OregonArtGuy said...

Samantha and Mr. Tigger: Thank you very much, and thank you for stopping by - there's a lot to look at here, but I'm not sure how much cat humor I have - I'll have to take a look:-}

Shinade said...

This is simply stunning!! I am so glad that I got your message at Spicy page.

I was headed over here yesterday morning to congratulate you for being the featured site at Slogbite.

Well obviously I got distracted. But that happens a lot with me so please know it's me and not you.

I have admired your work before. You are exceptional artist.

I look forward to getting to know you so much better!!:-)

Shinade said...

There I added you to my blog roll. Now I can't lose you again!!:-)

OregonArtGuy said...

Shinade: Thanks for your kind comments - I always appreciate feedback - good or contructve criticism (of course good is always better:-) I've visited yor site a numer of times and enjoy it a lot. Thanks again,
Bill

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

These Fuchsia blossoms are gorgeous! You've just inspired me to create some new polymer clay fuchsia beads. Thanks!

OregonArtGuy said...

Cindy: I'm glad I could be of service. Can't wait to see the beads - if you have time, let me know when you get them posted :-}