Hello Geri ~ "Forgotten" is really wonderful! I feel like I can step right into them! Your colors are luscious, esp. that orangey - pink!
Comments and critiques are welcome.
Marsha ~ Your dipping bird made me smile & brought back memories. My Nana had one in her kitchen ~ fond memories! I enjoy your portrayal of movement & of the water glass. The simple color palette is effective here.
Jen C & C's always welcome
Hi all, Just to participate I drug out some of the Bears going to college photos 11x14 watercolor
Blue Ridge Mountains Art Center
Southern Appalachian Artists Guild
WOW Marsha I like your bird friend
Kim, a interesting to watch that photo I remind my school day life.
Fred ~ Two great wcs of your bears gettin' some schoolin'. They are both clever. Love the Prof. bear's goggles & the debating bears really make me laugh! Kudos!!!
Thank you Nealey here are a couple more from my bears go to college book
Fred, your bears going to college are great. I don't know which I like better. Love the facial expressions, the pointing fingers in the debate, the cheerleaders and I am a little worried about chemistry 101 and what might happen. These are wonderful.
Bonnie C & C most welcome / appreciated
Hi again, Fred! More great bears in school!! Do they attend Syracuse University by any chance? Fun outfits!!
Fred, your "back to school" bears are wonderful. The thing that really makes these paintings (IMHO) is the terrific body English these bears all display. I can't get over how expressive they are.
Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
Sarah, thanks tons, my bird is gelded.... um gilded... uh .... sterile....
Alex, Claudia, Bonnie, Kim, Karen, Nealy, Jen, Fred, thank you the bird was fun to paint...
Geri, your cp's are just fine..... keep up the good work. thanks for the deja vue or did you mean view being it is glass? tee hee
Fred: love the classroom bears and college activities. Could be the University of Texas (Austin) colors as well.
Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
C & C Always Welcome
Here is a small apple for the teacher - 4" x 4" on 140 pound hot-pressed paper, painted with watercolor pencils. Still working on learning wet-on-wet ... Second apple shows the addition of a glaze suggested by Marsha - thanks so much!