Gosh! I cannot believe that what you painted is really a painting! It looks so real, as if you were opening a treasure that you just bought!So perfect!And we enjoyed the other entries too! How fun to come up with these ideas!lovetweedles
Great challenge and I have to say your painting is really outstanding - plus I imagine you are one lucky lady to have this necklace in your jewelry box :) I loved the little wrinkles tritych, too; I really enjoy it when an artist takes something ordinary and makes it extraordinary!
You always ROCK these challenges, Suz! Just when I think you couldn't amaze me any further, you prove me wrong - and that's a wrong I don't mind being.-Don
Awesome job, Suz! Gorgeous turquoise necklace too!
Hey Suz, a most excellent job on this difficult challenge! And that is a beautiful necklace, by the way.
Inspiring! It looks so real! I love not just the necklace in the bag, but the surface it sits on too. The glass gem on the necklace is absolutely beautiful as is the silver around the pendant. I must try something like this one day :0)
OOOOhhhhhh! Tough challenge, but you pulled it off with great results. Mary and Becky are great artists and I am sure you will enjoy their contributions.
I really like what you chose for subjects and your composition. Very interesting!
Wow - wonderful Suzanne. I feel like I dodged a bullet this month. ;-)
Wow - you guys don't hold back, you go for the jugular! Plastic BAGS? Yikes! Well, and look, you all rose to the occasion! Very nice work, I'm inspired by you all!
These turned out great Suzanne, Now I wish I had painted it. Next time I'll see you. I'll have more time.
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