Good Morning everyone,
|watercolor on paper 16 x 20|
Thanks everyone for participating in my first giveaway. I entered everyone that made a guess and using random.org the lucky winner in Wally!! I will be doing more give-aways in the future so stay tuned. I do have a several prints now available at Image Kind
, and right now they are 22% off.
This weeks painting is one of my favorites. My Dad took this picture in Chicago and as soon as I saw it I new I had to paint it. I love the colors and the abstraction of it. I painted it in record time so that I could enter it into an exhibit. I pulled an all-nighter or two to make sure I got it finished in time. I do have this one available as a print.
|watercolor on paper 9 x 12|
Steven created another great painting this week. I'm not sure what it is, but I do see a jellyfish, or umbrella, maybe a mushroom??? I'll have to ask him when he gets home from school:)
I've entered Fine Art Studios On-line art competition so please vote if you like my painting:)
|Masquerade 18 x 24 Vote here|
Have a great week everyone:)
The water is fabulous Carrie... you outdid yourself!ReplyDelete
Steven's definitely looks marine to me. I see a jellyfish, crab, shells and seaweed!
That is fantastic, Carrie. Love Steven's painting too. I do see sea creatures there.ReplyDelete
Amazing painting Carrie. You painted the water beautifully!!ReplyDelete
Dear Carrie, I do like the movement that you have created in the water against the strongly graphical outlines of the tower blocks behind. Although you say that it is Chicago, the watercolour is so reflective of urban life itself.ReplyDelete
How beautful this fountain looks! And yup, I definitely see a jellyfish ;-)ReplyDelete
Carrie, it is stunning!!! And I think I may see a spider in Steven's artwork.ReplyDelete
This is amazing Carrie...I thought at first that it looked similar to an abstract photograph, and was so delighted that it was a watercolor!ReplyDelete
Je vous félicite Carrie pour cette aquarelle. C'est un véritable travail de titan. Le dessin de votre enfant est aussi très joli, j'aime ce que les enfants créent spontanément...ReplyDelete
gros bisous et merci pour gentil message.
Carrie, this is wonderful! The random shapes and fluidity of the water are beautiful. The contrast with all the sharp edges and hard lines of the buildings is stunning! I don't know where you will be exhibiting this, but I know it will be a crowd pleaser! Great job!ReplyDelete
Carrie what a great composition with a fountain spraying and those fabulous colourful reflections in the building. Beautiful! How do we vote for you? I'm unfamiliar with this contest.ReplyDelete
This is just incredible! One day, will you post a painting throughout it's progress? I would LOVE to see how you paint something like this :0)ReplyDelete
Steven - Your painting is very bright and cheerful and I would gladly put it on my wall :0)
I just want to know how you do it....do you sleep?ReplyDelete
What a wonderful creation....I think I just felt a splash of water....
so much to say about this incredible painting, but i don't know where to begin. it's just amazing and i love everything about it. wonderfully exciting! good luck with it. and steven shows incredible promise...perhaps it's not too early for him to start exhibiting!ReplyDelete
Carrie, what an amazing painting. Love the water splashing...so well executed.ReplyDelete
Carrie I forgot to say that I love the contest you're running. Really fun and interactive! Thanks very much for the great comments. :-)ReplyDelete
one more amazing work, you are so versatile with all the styles...ReplyDelete
A beautiful amazing painting!ReplyDelete
Another amazing work from you, Carrie! Wow. Hope your wknd is terrific!ReplyDelete
Wonderful job on all that splasing water! Amazing painting!!!ReplyDelete
well done to both you and Steven, I love both paintings equallyReplyDelete