Thursday, December 22, 2011

Watercolor Wednesday Week 41


This was done with Watercolor, rice paper, charcoal, pastels and pen. View my other work HERE.

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful rocks and water, Jenn

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  2. Thank you. This painting didn't turn out the way I planned but it still works I think. Rocks and water still tend to be my toughest subjects, so I try and make myself paint them often. Thanks again for your comment :)

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  3. usual lovely work and it is improving!

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  4. Beutiful one!! Love the colors.
    Happy Holidays!

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  5. Wonderful painting! Happy Holidays! :)

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  6. Good work, earth colors are very well on the rice paper. Saludos

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  7. Great work. I half expect to see a cowboy appear over the horizon!

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  8. What a peaceful piece of art! I would love to visit that spot!

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  9. A beautiful scene and painting! Hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas!

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  10. Jennifer, your work is always such a joy to view. This one is so beautiful. I love how you put it into your header. That's a great idea. Have a merry Christmas and a artful new year. Faye

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  11. It's really is improving! It's fun to look back at where I started! and i think any cowboy would love to stop for camp here!

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  12. Very nice. Yes I too expect to see a cowboy.:) Happy Holidays!

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  13. This is really beautiful... love this one so much... a new favourite...have a most wonderful holiday season filled with so many good things...xx

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  14. Very, very wonderful! Happy Holidays! Deb

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  15. You're pretty good with your brush and paints! A blessed Christmas to you and your family! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  16. This is really pretty. I can feel myself there.
    Happy Christmas
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  17. Gorgeous colors.
    I love this piece so much!
    I wanna be brave and mix mediums like that!
    Wishing you a Happy PPF and wonderful 2012.
    Sheri Cook/Happy Horse Studio

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