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watercolor 8" x 14" This is another in my Industry series.  This is in Gary, IN...it is actually the route that my husband us...

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Summer Shadows-step-by-step










watercolor 14" x 21"

This is actually a funeral home in Ohio. It was cream in color, but I took my artistic license and this is how I see it :) enjoy. By the way, this was all painted with a #13 round brush. I even signed my name with it.

8 comments:

Maria's Watercolor said...

wonderful, just love the cool crisp color of this feels so Spring like

Studio at the Farm said...

Kathy, thank you so very much for posting your step-by-step. I am always fascinated by the path each artist takes in their work.

Jean Nelson Paintings and Photography said...

Lovely, Kathy - I have been admiring your work for some time and thought I should tell you how beautiful and amazing I find your watercolors.

Kathy said...

Maria...thanks so much...it does feel like spring here in Indiana and it is so nice to see spring flowers blooming :)

Kathy said...

Thanks Catherine. Glad you liked the step by step. Hope you learned something from it. I, too, think it is interesting to see how each artist works. I learn so much too.

Kathy said...

Hello Jean, Welcome to my blog. It is so nice to hear that you have been following my work. Thanks for letting me know. I do appreciate your comments. Do come back.

Steinunn Einarsdottir said...

A beautiful painting Kathy and thank you for sharing your progress with us.
Hava a Wonderful Easter.

c.dingman said...

Great painting. You captured the feeling of a sunlite afternoon.