Sunday, September 02, 2007

Gladiola Stems - SOLD

Gladiola Stems Watercolor on 300 lb rough Arches paper 15" x 22" Sold at $80.00 plus shipping. Some gorgeous stems of gladiolas from the Farmer's Market, and have they ever lasted. The advice I'm taking is to draw tight and paint loose, so this is not as exacting in execution as I normally would do. I do like it, it turned out soft and floaty. Thanks for looking.

5 comments:

Natalie Ford said...

I really like this! So delicate.

Helen Read said...

Your work is all so lovely. I have recently found your blog and have enjoyed it so much! In fact, I'd like to pass on a Creative Blogger award to you from my site, if you'd be willing to accept it!

Helen Read said...

Nel, I forgot to mention that the information about the award is found at my site!

Rosehaven Cottage said...

I followed Helen Read's link over here to your site and I'm so glad I did! Your work is absolutely breathtaking! I am so blown away by it beauty and your technique! I've added your link to my Worth Visiting sidebar on my blog and will be back to enjoy your work regularly. Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

Jana Bouc said...

Wow! I love the negative painting around / behind the squiggly edges of the flowers. This is masterfully done. On first glance it looks very controlled but on closer inspection the paint is loose and free. Sensational!

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