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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Fall Reflections

14" x 21"

Ok, here it is, the same subject matter that was done on that canvas board. Went back to traditional watercolor. It is amazing how the two surfaces react so differently. You need to try new things to grow as an artist. Each technique presents a new challenge and a different look. Enjoy!!


Prabal said...

My bags are packed. I am coming over for a picnic here. Love the calmness there kathy..

Kathy said...

Don't forget to bring your paints...heck...I have plenty of supplies...You can use mine. I look forward to the picnic. It would be great to meet you.

M R Anand said...

love this one as much as the previous....:-)

Kathy said...

Thanks M. R. I think each have their merits, but I like this one the best of the two. It is different seeing them in person. lol.

I can't wait for the Art Center's Fundraising gala to be over so that I can regain my life. I still have not completed the weekly challenge. Oh My!!!

Ann4mation said...

Wow -- you're really amazing with water. I like the watercolor one best, perhaps because I work mostly in watercolors myself, but I think it has a softness that captures the mood of your scene more completely. I am curious to try the canvas board now that you've shown the contrast, though! Thanks for showing both! :)

Kathy said...

Hi Ann. Thanks for taking the time to comment on my paintings. I will tell you one thing if you try the board...be careful...it does want to lift and come off. At the end you either have to put it under glass or spray it with an acrylic spray. I have 3 coats of spray on so it shouldn't go anywhere.