Saturday, April 04, 2015

American Iris 5 - SOLD

American Iris 5
Watercolor on Arches Paper, 10" x 10"
SOLD at $25 plus $10 shipping.
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Didn't this one turn out nicely?
I like how the white pops against the dark colors, even though there really isn't much white left here.
Hope you all are having a blessed Easter weekend.

Friday, April 03, 2015

American Iris 4 - SOLD

American Iris 4
Watercolor on Arches Paper, 10"x 10"
SOLD at $20 plus $10 shipping.
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I decided that since there was so much color already in this one, that I would leave the background as the white paper. Fun to use the oranges, pinks, and mauve's together.


Thursday, April 02, 2015

American Iris 3 - SOLD

American Iris 3
Watercolor on Arches Paper, 10" x 10"
SOLD at $25 plus $10 shipping.
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Detail (Close Up) Below:


Oh, I'm happy with this one. I took a lot of time, and went gently with the glazing.
I wanted a lighter iris this time around. I was a little worried about using the yellow and blue in the forward petal (yikes, green) but with the addition of the lavender, it worked out okay.


Wednesday, April 01, 2015

American Iris 2 - SOLD

American Iris 2
Watercolor on Arches paper, 10" x 10"
SOLD at $20 plus $10 shipping.
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Another in the Iris series. This one a bit larger than yesterday's.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

American Iris 1 - SOLD

American Iris 1
Watercolor on Arches Paper, 8" x 8"
SOLD at $20 plus $10 shipping.
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The American Iris Society has a lovely blog, where I found a treasure trove of beautiful iris photos. Which of course, suggests a series, and I decided on squares. This one is an 8" x 8".


Sunday, March 29, 2015

Stand of Pines - SOLD

Stand of Pines
Oil on Gessoed Watercolor Paper, 11.5" x 15.5"
SOLD at $12 plus $10 shipping.

This one is experimental, an oil done on watercolor paper.
I Gessoed the watercolor paper first, and it was good to paint on, not too absorbent, with a bit of texture still remaining, so I'm guessing that it will be okay, but I'm not sure how archival it might be. I'm pricing it as materials plus shipping.

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