It's beautiful Melissa!
Oh this is so pretty Melissa! Really like it!!!
There is something about the contrast of a delicate flower springing up from sharp metal that is just timelessly pretty. I love it!
Love the soft look!
Just beautiful!Your blog is completely delightful :)
Beautiful illustration - love purple and green.....
Hi Ms. Melissa!I love seeing your picturesyour colors are special, I mean, the colors that you use to paint your artwork are "very yours"I like the combination: inanimate object-"alive" objet.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
I like this series of Ginger plants in recycled containers. You really captured the metalic sheen of the aluminum can...nice job!
OMG! this is beautiful! I love how u shaded the can :)lovely!!
Lovely! So much depth and great color. I think the can is really cool too.
This is beautiful and tenderly rendered....
Gosh, I'm really loving his series of the flowers juxtaposed with the recycled containers...really beautiful to look at, and they have a quiet environmental message.
You definitely have a green thumb! And I agree, it really interesting the mix of living and non living / recycled elements!
Well, it's only missing the smell - mind you I'd have to sneak into your garden at night to pinch one - I went up to a place just south of Macksville and North of kempsey - a place where it never ever rains :0 well almost!
oh not 'smell' I meant the delicious perfume - it's kind of dream like - in a nice way!
Melissa,Your work is stunning! Thank you for your wonderful comment over at my place! I'm so glad you stopped -- brought me here and I love, love your work.
Its like opening a can of nature! Love it :)
i really love the concept! :)
Your watercolours are just amazing. I love the colour palette!
Stunning work Melissa, glad I've come across your site. Loved all your illustrations - this was my favourite. I'd love to see a picture of Mo!