Mar 19 2015
Tags: Art, Blue, floral painting, loose watercolor painting, New England, Watercolor, watercolor painting
Category: Watercolor by me
Puddles of paint never go to waste 🙂
I am adding them onto cards in my stores as well as selling the Original Watercolors framed or rolled in a tube. I accept PayPal too
Thanks for looking it is the only way I get feedback here in the woods
You’ve been really busy painting, this is brilliant!
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Sadly it was a hit to all but me now the next time I know I need killer 140 paper and even more water lol always a lesson to learn but thanks to all who saw it as pretty I do but not what I tried for lol xo
I did a watercolor underpainting today, setting the stage for another floral painting. It’s been a while since I used watercolor as a UP and it was a lot of fun. Take care Eunice ~
I will get to your blog after I leave hospital
Very beautiful 🙂 It reminds me of my child hood, I used to hand paint greetings cards for New Year.
Thanks so much 🙂 I love this new part of me painting with no less watercolor always learning something each time I hit the paper 🙂 I added this to prints, cards and pillows online 🙂
Looking good, are those pansies?
Oddly I was wetting with abandon not sure my head was in it with worry about my Mom but looking at them now maybe and my garden club is selling bowls of them 🙂
Oh WOW, Eunice!!!!
I am amazed so many like these lol I truly was just wetting the paper mind elsewhere using up puddles before I closed up for the night xo
This is gorgeous!
Thank you so very much 🙂
OMG Eunice this is stunning in every way, one of my favorites!!!
Thank you Eva with all the positive feedback soon it will be one of my favorites as well 🙂
Beautiful Eunice. Blue is my favourite colour.
Looked like they were denim 🙂 Maybe I should have called them Blue Collar 🙂
Really love this one Eunice! 🙂
Thanks you all do it is either good or you love me 🙂
Reblogged this on Living and Lovin and commented:
Springtime Blues Watercolor on 140# cp I think it is Indigo I used for color on this one
I have decided to just let the weather be and not be in a rush for spring to arrive as only our winter season is long here in New England
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