Three pages

October 15, 2016




22 Responses to “Three pages”

  1. I love your last to posts
    Great work
    As always Sheldon

    • Thanks. I’m still trying out avoiding lines with these watercolour sketches. I’m finding it more relaxing as well. I’m very pleased that the cheap sketchbook I bought that has been sucking up all the ink from pens and smudging pencil has turned out to be good for watercolour. A group of pirates appeared half way through this session then disappeared from the bank below us. They must have been picked up by a boat, but we didn’t see it. I love how sketches act as a memory prompt for more than the scene.

      • kestrelart said

        Interesting exercise – no line painting from the master line-smith. But your comment is surreal … pirates?

        • I feel like I’m spoiling the effect now, but probably a hen party. I seem to discover rules as I go along and yes, they suddenly become exercises. I like that, it suggests purpose, something I always sense i’m lacking. I’m still on the endless search for the right colours so gave the lines a day off.

  2. Three wonderful paintings Your lovely loose style always throws up some little quirks which I interpret from the shapes within 😉

  3. sueashby7 said

    These are alive and breathing rich autumn color, and it pulls me right in. I have found it difficult to recreate images under water. I think you have expressed this quite well. I love these.

  4. […] … a day makes. A very different light from the day before […]

  5. paintdigi said

    Beautiful creations, continue

  6. These are lovely, so free

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