Monday, 3 November 2014

Aquarelle on Tuesdays from 2 - 4.30pm with Marina Kulik

Portraits, Spheres and the latest abstracts
in watercolours
 Elia B.

Portraits still seem to be everyones favourite subject - even when they are far away from us like Orjan (who's still in Sweden but misses us big time and will return soon). The reason might be that you are so good at them!


Elia B. Halloween superhero

The starters are working on the spheres:

Avril is really getting it, I'm proud!

Also, there was more to experiment with the 'Depth' subject Anna Karin taught - and more fun splashing, with darker foregrounds in big brush strokes happened...

 Crazy Creatures
 Falling leaves by Christiane. I love it!

 The beginning of a very interesting piece by Avril. 
The leaves are real, she spattered paint on them and will continue tomorrow...

Agnes experimented with colours and a 'stained glass' approach, where the empty space is seen as an object. Very interesting - and worth persuing! 
This try-out certainly has something very attractrive...

And last but by no means least, Cathie finished her 'Rusty Lock' and made it so interesting with that mysterious half-open door...

Tomorrow: Storm and Thunder expected! We will be cozy and warm in the Hangar, sipping tisane and listening to Adèle or Mozart - and maybe even paint a bit ha ha!

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