Sunday, 7 October 2007

Watercolour Painting Of Bengal Tiger


Wanda said...

Thanks, girlfriend....!!Just for me?? See it works to keep bugging you!

Thanks for your sweet words on my Sunday Post...God is so Good!!!

Ruth Welter said...

Just beautiful.

A wildlife gardener said...

Good morning, dear Wanda, and a warm welcome to you. God is indeed good.

'Then sings my soul, my Saviour God, to Thee, How great Thou art, how great Thou art'!

Thank you, dear Ruth, for the lovely compliment. I'm purring now :)

Sandy said...

Oh...where have I been. I have to link you from my page so I remember to come here. This is gorgeous!!


p.s..thanks for you visit and comment on my blog.

A wildlife gardener said...

Good afternoon to you, dear Sandy, and a warm welcome back. I've missed you. Thank you kindly for the compliments :)

Sandy said...

p.s. can't wait to see more of your wonderful art!!


Wanda said...

OK, That Bengal Tiger and I have been staring at each other since Oct. 7th. I'm ready to stare at another of you paintings!

Hope you are OK, and just taking a break!
Love and Hugs,

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, dear Wanda. I have not been so well recently. Thank you kindly for asking. But, one you haven't seen has been posted today :)

Jamie Boyle said...

Love your painting of the Bengal Tiger. You are excellent at paintings. Truly great artist.

Look forward to looking at more of your work.

Love you blog!


Jamie Boyle
Hypertufa Gardener

The Garden Faerie said...

Wildie, I just realized you have more than one blog. I love your paintings, most especially this tiger. The colors and expression are wonderful. I've been thinking about taking up painting (despite any sign of talent for it, you understand), and your lovely works inspire me!
~ Monica

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