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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Easy does it.





One never knows what will be the inspiration for a painting. While playing with watercolor pencils and paint i noticed how much i loved dark violet,fuchsia and light green next to each other. The painting is also inspired by day lilies from my mothers garden now planted off of my screened porch,bursting with daily flowers.

15 comments:

laura said...

This is gorgeous Cathy. I love the color combination too and the free, light feel of it!
My lilies are all done, sadly!

AK said...

This work truly brings out the fun and joy of playing with watercolors. Great work Cathy.

LindaHunt said...

This is so beautiful...do you make your pieces into prints or cards?

Jane said...

Superb Cathy, just a slight hint, but you get the picture totally, beautiful fusions.

Pat said...

Wow! There's a lovely feeling of light to this xx

Lauren said...

perfect! Says just enough!

Blaga said...

Beautiful color effects and lovely painting! I admire the way you let the pigments do their own thing and resisted the urge (I'm sure you had it) to do more!

meera said...

such juicy colors!!

Sandra said...

This is really special - Gorgeous and bursting with light! It's fresh, clean and un-laboured and I love it :0)

jane minter said...

lovely and delicate cathy

carolking said...

I CANNOT tell you how many times I've stopped by here and thought I commented and then realized I didn't.

This is a beautiful painting, delicate and lovely.

Liana Yarckin said...

love it! saw the thumbnail on someone's website. i had to come see it larger. great piece.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

love drippy watercolors. Your paintings are very nice!

Gwen Buchanan said...

Wow.. I have been so busy with my blinders on and nose to the grindstone I totally missed this Masterpiece!!!!!
Absolutely gorgeous!!!

Shelley Whiting said...

Very beautiful and expressive work. I love the drips a lot.