My final painting, Water Lilies, is my largest to date in the series, and its already found a new home. I had a wonderful time shaping the pedals and creating surface textures on the surface that disguised the twining stems below the surface. I hope you enjoy looking at the painting even half as much as I enjoyed painting it.
I have also posted images of all 33 paintings. Click through the posted photos to see them in relation to each other.
This project has been an amazing experience for me. The commitment to daily painting is something I have promoted for years but all to often it was a do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do suggestion. Having committed to this process and received the grace and benefit of the experience I know that I will continue this commitment on my own for as long as I can manage.
You can see all the paintings in this project, including those painted by my collaborator Nikki Kinne on my blog here: http://klebesadel.wordpress.com/2011/08/06/day-33-of-33-two-artists-share-a-painting-a-day-for-33-days/