Hello Marsha..just a quicky...so much to do on a Monday foggy morning.
Lovely inventive little piece of work.....'.mini' c/c...would you place the vase nearer to the front now that you use water colours more?
Marsha, well! You certainly have adventures! First of all, congratulations on a terrific day and night with three successful singing gigs! I believe you when you say you were totally wiped out on Sunday! You know, the water in your yard is supposed to be IN the pond. Again, though, congratulations.
I love your tiny piece of three-dimensional art with the handmade flowers. The leaves in the vase (a beautiful highlight on the vase) are so gracefully done in various greens and the ends of them are very artfully rendered. A lovely transition from from fabric arts to watercolors. You know, the photos of your pond and yard are always so pretty - it's clear that your artistic eye shapes your surroundings.
Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
Marsha what a clever idea with your little mimi painting! I really like those colors together too.
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thought you may like to see this Challenge from another site...water colour on HP.
I have included the 'photo ref.
I detest electronically aided street buskers so I made use of Edvard Munch's woodcut of 'The Scream' to enforce my view!!!
Fred, I've been thinking about your drone abstract. The sky has a sulphurous hue and it reminds me of the toxic chemical atmosphere of planets like Venus ...
Marsha, what a delightful miniature floral. So creative. I'm glad that your weekend of music and singing was successful. Rest up now. Thanks for asking about my portrait. I only work in my studio on Tues. and Wed and hope to get back to it tomorrow after an appt. with the doc. in the am.
Sarah, the street musican must be making a terrible racket with that guitar to cause the passer by to "Scream." Very amusing and creative.
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Hi all, looks like y'all are having fun with miniatures and are doing splendid work, since plein air seems to be the thing around here in Blue Ridge I thought I'd do a semi plein air, I took a photo and went for an occasional look.Looking from the road a small stream flows thru our yard w/c 11x14
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.I want a partridge in that bear tree
Made me smile on another dreadful weatherwise day.
Wow what a great chatter site. I am the gallery director at Ben's Fine Art Gallery in Prescott AZ the bear art below reminds me of Rick Wooten or Robert Bissells work not sure how to post photos yet but . www.bensfineartygallery.com
Tried to post golden bear.
JIM! Your Marshall is in a rotating series of paintings in the left-hand column (about halfway down) on the Artist Daily home page at www.artistdaily.com! Woohoo!
Hi bens! Are you the artist who painted the golden bear? I apologize but can't tell for sure if you're posting as a gallery owner or an artist. What medium did you use and what size is it?
Fred, you must have such pretty property, with trees, grassy meadow and a stream! This looks like a beary peaceful day in bear country ...
Fred, what a wonderful stream.... do you ever get floods?
looks like the bears are neighbors waving to each other or have a chat across a stream. maybe salmon are getting ready.... love the colors.. do you hear frogs in your stream?
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