Thursday, March 15, 2007

Flowerchat Holland.

One thing that's odd about spring is
that you have the idea that all
garden-centre are blooming with flowers, .... Nope.

The big feast starting at "Koninginnedag." Queens-day. (30 04)
that's what the owner told me, .... so a rehearsal then.

"Bloemenpraatje." Velp. Holland.
Oil on board. 7 x 9" (Not for sale.)

9 comments:

Bart said...

Echt een lekkere serie op het moment René! Een plezier om naar te kijken.

(Truly a nice series at the moment René! A pleasure to watch.)

((Virkelig en dejlig serie i øjeblikket René! En fornøjelse at se på.))

René said...

Die laatste klopt niet Bart!

" werkelijk een delicate serie op het ogenblik René! Een vrolijkheid om naar te kijken.

is beter denk ik :-] eeuhm denk ik :-{

Wel erg bedankt voor je reactie.
Thanks Bart!

Lori said...

This one is super Rene, I love the red shirt, I bet it sells quick.

Daniela said...

Yes, it's really nice to look at this series of spring paintings, René.

When i first saw your blog, all the paintings were very gray-ish and that attracked me...and i thought it was because i live in a very bright country.

But now that i see the more colorful ones, and i continue to feel fascinated, i think it must be because the painter has so much joy when painting, that it's impossible not to enjoy too ! :)

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Oh! I love this!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

These dots of color make this painting wonderful and the simplicity of the brushstrokes who indicate the reality is very well done.
And by the way, there is something for you on my blog. :-))

Bart said...

Komische vertaling René :-)

Het zal nog wel even duren voor de vertaalsites echt goed werk kunnen leveren. Maar de strekking komt meestal wel over, dat is al heel wat natuurlijk.

(Google translate Eng-Germ:
"Wirklich eine nette Reihe im Augenblick René! Ein Vergnügen aufzupassen")

H Malott said...

Beautiful Rene'! I agree, that little red is captivating! ~Heidi

Laura Wambsgans said...

Rene, I was just waiting to see your country change from winter to spring and now it's happening. This is a lovely painting and I am looking forward to each day.