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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Negative watercolor


Couldn't resist the warm colors even though I had Connecticut 
on my mind.
This was an exercise in negative painting with a limited palette.
I enjoyed it enough to try it again.
Happy PPF!

As an aside, we had quite a wind storm in SW Florida last night.
This morning I fished a favorite cattleya from the bottom of our pool.
I have no idea whether or not it will make it.
If it does, I am sure we have killed any bugs it might have had!
In the meantime, I have pulled it out of the pot, cleaned and trimmed
the roots and it is lying naked on the garage floor.
New pot tomorrow.

19 comments:

  1. Love this! There's something quite magical about it xx

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  2. Wow! Love your painting ~ colors are wonderful!

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  3. Wow I love this painting!! I'd love to know the process!! The colors are fabulous too!
    You haven't put your link into ppf yet!! I missed you there!! Hope your orchid survives, they don't like water though do they?

    Take care and have a good weekend!
    Hugs Giggles

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  4. I like your watercolour. Great composition and colours. Have a happy PPF and thank you for sharing.

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  5. Love the complementary color scheme and the patterning in the negative space!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  6. Beautiful painting and loving the gorgeous colourings.
    Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. This is really a beautiful painting. I have tried to figure out how it was done and I'm not sure I have it. It looks like you put down the colors, then took a stencil of trees, and then filled in the spaces around. I love the look, even if I have the technique wrong.

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  8. this piece of work is just so lovely... I do hope you do more of them... and hope that the plant survives... xx

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  9. A good experiment. the result is good I think I can try it myself, thanks. Saludos

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  10. I think this is a really beautiful piece. i love the colors and the masking you incorporated as part of the design. Brilliant.

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  11. The colors in your art work are so beautiful!
    I hope your plant makes it! :o)

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  12. I love the etheral feel to this painting. :-)

    BTW, just to let you know that I've given your blog a Liebster Award. The details are on my blog. Have a great week ahead!

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    1. Thank you so much! Not sure how to do the linking and such. I will give it a go and thanks again.

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  13. Lovely soft colors reminds me of spring

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  14. what a beautiful watercolor painting-love the flow of the soft colors!

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