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The Big Yellow December 21, 2013

Posted by pearlandroses in Uncategorized.

The Big Yellow

The other day I was driving in my neighborhood when I saw a beautiful Maple tree set against a background of a gray house. I took a mental picture and then went back with my camera. I was so excited to use this image as an inspiration but did not expect this spread to show up… I forgot how much I love to expect the unexpected..



1. r - December 22, 2013

As always, a beautiful composition of balance and color. I appreciate your work, Pnina!

Russ Pierce - December 22, 2013

(That last one was from Russ Pierce)

2. apaperbear - December 22, 2013

Pnina! This is wonderful, so different and yet still so you(the rose). I love it. Have a wonderful holiday season!

Much love to you!

3. Rutha - December 22, 2013

Indeed very unexpected. As if god’s hand makes the drawing and not you….amazing color combination with little fine details in pink white yellow….i love them!

4. Deborah Bucksbaum - December 22, 2013

Pnina, I’m loving your work!

5. sonia - December 22, 2013

כל כך יפה פנינוצ’קה , כתוב נפלאה ומצוייר מופלא

6. Denise Paccione - December 23, 2013

So beautiful and free. The palette is wonderful–-as is the man who dropped in to look back at us.

7. Nicole - December 23, 2013

Wow, beautiful! A lot of “hidden treasures” in here!

8. tami - January 21, 2014

Motion and listen I was just looking at them today for the 5 th time and found that their beauty gave me the inspiration for the day the colors techniques and words brings it all to a beautiful Symphony of my day

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