Saturday, August 04, 2007

Watercolors in Tandem


Two watercolors at a time. Seems to me that it's the way to go. Even then, you spend more time waiting for the paper to dry than you do painting. (Or at least I do.) The sunset is from our stay at Harbor Island, South Carolina, where I took some really nice photos. It may wind up on the selling blog tomorrow, but I actually did it for myself and for a friend whom I'm online-mentoring in watercolors. It's 12" x 18", and the little hydrangea my grandson picked for me to paint, so I did. It has that mauvy, sienna pinkish yellowish greenish color to it. YOU know the color I mean, LOL. It's a small 7" x 9", and it could be sold as well, for a tiny corner somewhere. Thanks for looking.

4 comments:

Rissa said...

These are absolutely BEAUTIFUL. I am such a sucker for hydrangea.

shirley said...

I'm so glad that I visited your blog today - what absolutely beautiful watercolors!! Love hydrangeas and yours is so delicate and wonderfully colored. The sunset is beyond magnificent! Wish you'd sign up for the EDM Superblog so I wouldn't forget to visit you more regularly!

Marie_Christine said...

Very nice!

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