Working on a scene for my son in Germany. We're going to visit next month where he's teaching; this is a walkway next to his school building.
this was looking too "stiff" so I decided to try again. It was started with a pencil drawing.
here I outlined with a brush and lightly tinted water, and used a lighter, patient touch with fresh color.
I'm liking the colors much better-just needs some more depth and details. But there are things about the first one I like more, like the figure and shadows. You just cannot paint the same way each time! I could paint this 3 more times and none would look alike. I would probably do this once more, driving myself crazy, but we're going to visit soon and I have more scenes to paint!
Our high school had a fundraiser to offset costs of the drama production "Phantom of the Opera". Ten local artists created a Phantom inspired art piece to be raffled off at the last run; tickets could be purchased at each performance. It contributed to the buzz of the whole evening and energies were running high! I was happy to be involved and be able to contribute to such an exciting event!
You place your tickets in the bag that corresponds with the painting you'd like to win. The organizer printed our bios for each painting and they were included in the program.
My watercolor version of the boat scene. Mist and darkness and candles were my inspiration. So fun!