04 July 2007


This month's topic on Making a Mark is flowers in art. There are some wonderful links in this post; anyone with even the slightest interest in flower painting should take a look. I've been continuing to experiment with loose approaches to flowers, using lots of water, and as part of this have produced a few studies of lavender. Here are a couple. They're not really loose and watery enough, now I come to look at them again. Still, that gives me an excuse to have another go!

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ksklein said...

i´m not so much into flowery pics. but these are great. love the delictae and watery effect!

Robyn said...

I'm impressed! Lovely technique you are developing, Dave. Looking forward to more beautiful blooms from you in July.

Claudia said...

Nice approach!! I like the watery effect, too. It stimulates the imagination.

Anonymous said...

Dave, Love your lose flowers alot. Being new to WC I was wondering if you could post a how to approuch ding these wonderful gems.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for the kind comments. I really appreciate your taking the time to stop by.

Linda If you go to www.watercolourhaven.com you will be able to see a video demonstration of this technique. You will have to register, but it's free.

Anonymous said...

Dave thank-you so much for the info. I's always so nice to have thoughtful people reply to a question.
Have a great day,