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Description: abstraction of a landscape
Posted by nmbrplus on July 16, 2011
Lovely work dear Ellen; I love the soft flow to this.....aesthetic and calming my friend! Joyce
Posted by ellenkeagy on July 16, 2011
I am so glad the emotion comes through the work! Thankssssss
Posted by rosacobos on June 17, 2011
Sorry I cliked the line key and it came like this...I had not fishined yet. There is two different visions of this. One from a close up and another from some distance and the reality formed in my mind is different. Watercolour like this has to be seen not too close, and not too far. Enough distance to being able to feel the movement of the pigments travelling along the lines, and brushings, like this one. I love it seeing it from a distance. It seems to move along with myself. Rosa
Posted by ellenkeagy on June 17, 2011
Hi Rosa! this looks fine to me, I don't understand...oh (keep reading ellen) I got it now.
so glad you like it, it took me awhile to realize it was fine with no focal point..smiles
This is shinning in full colour Ellen....lovely. Water colour is special, for being photographed. Is this cream or paste watercolour?...there is one that is liquid and have extremely permanent pigments. Really strong.
cream and paste? no it comes from tubes, grumbacher or windsor and newton pigments. I don't know the one you speak of...
Posted by rosacobos on June 18, 2011
Well..thatÂ´s my problem of not having English as my first language. By cream...I mean tubes and "paste" I mean or think I mean the little square dry pieces that come in a box..I did not know how it was called in English that. And I also know liquid watercolour that comes in plastic little bottles. You can teach me!!!! I think that you may have beleived that I have critized your water colour, regarding it was appeareance here...not at all. I just wanted to comment how wonderful is to feel that this work of yours is different to my soul, depending on how close you get to it. When I see it in thumbnail it gives me an impression..then I have opened it and it has changed by complete. Quite a subjective affair. For me...water colours move! but there is a distance point where they start to move. Hugs for you. Rosa
Posted by ellenkeagy on June 18, 2011
Oh ok, then yes...watercolors wet in the tubes, is what I normally use. Although when they dry on my pallet I will go back later when I get the chance and wet them again with a spray bottle of water...and use them this way too...
I hit it too soon too........ha
opps again, I have used pan pigments or dry cake pigments, but they aren't my preference...Yes! they move....it's so odd when acrylics and oils just sit there...