My sunflower is completed ,but one could go on forever, adjusting here and there and then OOPS. Tulips is a redo of a painting i found in the closet. It was primarily orange flowers and i struggled with color on this one-trying to find colors that worked together.I think i am finally satisfied.
Yikes time to get painting! I painted this painting for my back porch that was just renovated into a 3.5 season room;possibly a 4 season room unless we hit the -40 degree temps we had last winter.As for the painting I am not finished with it.I'm not quite sure about the colors and different parts of the painting. I used a palette knife for parts of the petals but something is amiss. I am living with it until I discover what it is that needs to be done.
Whimsical flowers on Yuppo. I can't seem to get enough of yuppo and how the watercolor reacts on the paper. It is fascinating and completely different than working on traditional CP paper. I am thinking of cropping the bottom portion of the painting or redoing it. I need to let it sit for a while and then decide.
More Yuppo practice. The bottom tulips didn't photograph well as I would have liked but oh my, Yuppo is fun; the paint pools and swirls and you can move and wipe away what you don't like and start again.
Inspired by an artist at an art fair i attended yesterday. I saw this transparent colorful work on yuppo and i just happened to have some so today i gave it a try. I remember trying it before when i wanted to control the watercolor;lately i am more inclined to let the watercolor be the boss. Living and learning.
I painted these paintings this morning. As i painted my goals were to layer color and NOT to over work the paintings. Luckily i had an appointment which means i had to leave! Perfect for accomplishing my goal:)