Monday, 4 April 2011

Sunny Watercolour Tuesday -

Catwoman by Edith Alborni

Sometimes I am extra proud to be part of the aquarellista network... Look at just a couple of examples of the astonishing work of our group... funny, creative, original and often so beautiful!!

'Books' by Cathie van der Stel - one of her best (the other one is in this post too!).

Cathie uses several out-of-comfort-zone materials for her artwork - one of them... tea...

 And this is the other 'best' by Cathie van der Stel... a still life in the fabulous colours of spring...

Marina Teding-van Berkhout works on her 'portrait of Ines'

If you look carefully or enlarge the picture you will see all basic ingredients for a good aquarelle session: Brushes, paint, water, stretched paper, kitchenroll, tea and cookies...

Some were working inside - others couldn't resist the sun... Edith's fuchsia catwoman's mask was created outside, and Helene worked on a portrait in similar colours

Inside, Helene noticed that her lady lacked lipstick...

Purple Lady by Hélène van der Kroft

Lesley and Roly worked on eyes - highlights, pupil, iris, the colour of eyewhite (off-white), shape, skin colour, lashes, the shadow of the lashes... check!
And while Roly worked on an aquarelle of a boat, Lesley did her version of the catwoman mask

Last but definitely not least, Ann finished her reading gardner, based on an existing aquarelle by (will fill in name tomorrow) From this month onwards, Ann will create originals! We're looking forward to seeing that development...
Gardner reading in the sun by Ann Edwards

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