Witch Hazel blooms for Halloween and my abstract take on our Autumn Leaves.
I may work some more on the veins if I get bored 🙂
We signed up to take a class with Ceci at Good JuJu by Ceci in Newmarket NH Here she is explaining Alcohol Inks to us.
Time for us to play
My first is an abstract like all the others but ours were all so very different please excuse the glare from the shiny wet tile.
I then did a simple landscape and put it aside to dry.
Now this one above was on Yupo paper not sure what I had planned for it to be but I can still work on it or wash it off and begin again 🙂
Now it was time to use what we learned and pull of a landscape with trees.
I will leave it be as an example of what I learned and try to pull it off again down the road this winter after all my art shows and fairs are over.
Now back to the one I let dry now we learned how to stamp on top of our scene.
Not many stamps would go with my scene so I chose 3 and went for it.
Now playing with Watercolor is my addiction and now this comes along being so bold and bright and so easy to do. I can see me doing several and adding them to do my own back splash as I love color but you all knew that 🙂
Thanks for stopping by.
Taken from a quick sketch I did in Exeter NH along the Swazy Parkway downtown.
Actually just before I added the final glazes and popped it into a frame not sure if I will show it or not.
Here is a bad photo and it is not in the right Mat or Frame but just to show you I finished it.
Too much of the painting covered and lousy photo
Still working hard on my land and what a warm summer it has been to do so. During breaks I find time to wet my brush and get lost on my white piece of paper.
Now showing in Exeter NH at Seacoast Artist Association is my watercolor titled “Great Blue” for their Theme Show Titled “Winter Blues” on display till Feb. 23, 2018
My garden for most part has been put to rest till spring and we just pulled off another successful “Plant Sale” for our very tiny garden club. My mom is not doing well with her cancer treatments and the stress of life has me wanting to wet my paper and let the colors flow.
I also signed up for a mystery box which cost $25 at Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter NH now to open the box as my art made from items within must be finished and wired to hang in the show that hangs on
September 24th. Yikes hope I work good under pressure!