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A Different Perspective

13 Feb 2013
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watercolor on paper  7.5" x 11"./ 18.5 X 28 cm.


I would like to give credit to Pinterest, it supplied the inspiration for my composition even though the set up is my own. I'm not sure if the top orange works well. I painted it with soft edges in order to give the illusion that it is farther away but I might have placed it too far- C + C appreciated.

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jfgarcia wrote
on 13 Feb 2013 8:43 AM

para mí la de arriba le da el toque especial al cuadro. me encanta como quedaron las otras dos, textura, color y sombras pero la de arriba... es la cereza en el pastel parece una carrera de mandarinas 

Charlie Gunn wrote
on 13 Feb 2013 9:18 AM

Very nice.  Like the colors.

karjdog wrote
on 13 Feb 2013 10:15 AM

Whatever JF said, I agree...seriously, you have such a deft touch with watercolors - a true gift.  Jim

on 13 Feb 2013 4:40 PM

Hi Celia !!!!! The colors are woooonderful!!!! The oranges are super great very vivid, very clear! And the tangerines and leaves have all the folds, and bents! It is great!!, like it a lot! 

curtis wood wrote
on 13 Feb 2013 5:57 PM

really well done!

Celia Blanco wrote
on 14 Feb 2013 2:08 AM

Thank you so much for your helpful feedback!!!  Mr. Garcia, I love your description , that it looks like a race of mandarins. I was trying to create the illusion of movement, especially how light moves across objects and I hope that is the feeling I got across-so thank you!