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Sunday, February 12, 2012

flowers



The colors got a little overworked on this because the black and turquoise created a dull color. I brought it back to life with a bit more pink but i liked it better before the unfortunate bleed. What i learned was ultimately more valuable the completed painting:)

10 comments:

Jane said...

I see we posted one of our colorful paintings contemporarily :-) I don't really see anything overworked, to me they are beautiful!

Judy said...

Lesson learned :) but I love the painting too!

AK said...

This is fabulous. Accidents make watercolor interesting. Keep going.

renate said...

Hi Cathy! I like your painting. The bleeding gives it something special. The colors are bright and nice. Good job!

NATIVIDAD said...

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JANE MINTER said...

very bold and vibrant cathy !

Sandra said...

Oh but those shadowy hues create depth. What vibrant flowers too :0)

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

I always think your paintings are so bright and bold and I don't see anything muddy here either. But if you feel you learned something, that's good.

BTW, I'm am complaining to all my blogspot blog friends. Now I have to type two words not one. And today the words have oomlats over them. What country do they think I'm from?

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

I like the primary color palette and the drips.

Sharon Whitley said...

what wonderfully lush and vibrant watercolours you paint - following and added to my blog list!