12/18/09

IF - Undone

watercolors, watercolor pencil & marker on 36" sq. canvas

Sorry for the crummy image quality. 1 of these days I need to get a decent photo of this piece. The background is bright white canvas which pops the colors in real life. Unfortunately it is too rainy to shoot outside today & my lighting is a bit blech. Sorry about that.


"Undone" is the prompt for Illustration Friday. Click the link to see the variety of submissions . If you're feeling inspired, be sure to add a link to your own interpretation.


On a different note, yesterday I posted a new giveaway prize & artist feature. Both are from Jennifer Stano of CoatOfPaint.etsy.com. Click here for Jennifer's thoughts & art, as well a photo of the prize. 1 lucky winner takes home an 8" x 10" print of her painting It All Starts With An Acorn. To enter the drawing, just leave a comment on my blog before 1 a.m. (EST) on 12/24. Prize ships free to winner in USA or Canada.

And if you're in the virtual neighborhood tomorrow, pop back here for a photo tour of the Coat Of Paint studio.

15 comments:

  1. Love your art piece! It invokes many thoughts- as well as being fabulously executed.

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  2. I think it's beautiful! Airy, floating, full of light.

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  3. I love how the flow of the paint and the colors work together. Great work.

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  4. Wow this is so great! I could imagine it in person. Very terrific! Hey thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Your work always surprises me. Your range is really impressive Stacey.

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  6. I love the dripping effect! So cool! Merry Christmas!

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  7. I love the cool colors and the effect with the drips! Very nice piece!

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  8. wow! beautiful piece! i love the soft blue tones you used!

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  9. Beautiful use of color, and the figure is well done and very powerful!

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  10. The pose is really strong. Nice soft tones too.

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  11. Beautifully done; a mystery to me how one can be sooooo good with water colour!

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