drawings and watercolours by jane minter
These old windows are good watercolours!
Very nicely done, Jane! This old window tells a story
Beautiful- I love your window! I am happy that I found your blog!Sheryl
It's unusual to put in the darks first isn't it? It clearly works though! I like these little studies - The one below has particularly lovely warm colours in the brickwork :0)
thankyou ! m antonia it's a subject i love .thanks so much maria ... it was full of character.thankyou sheryl for looking and your kind comment ..i'm happy to follow your blog too.sandra ...alot of artist do paint darks shadows first ... you might enjoy reading this article on painting "dark to light"..... "how to paint backwards" by ken hosmer http://www.watercolor-online.com/Articles/Backwards/backwards.phtml
Love your paintings
Oh, beautiful! Your approach is always so lovely and soft.
Beautiful watercolor, very nice in appearance to conduct left, I love it reminds me of Streets of San Cristobal de la Laguna, a greeting.
thankyou ... cathy will look at your watercolours .thanks so much sue ...might paint this one again .thankyou ricardo .... must be very beautiful there ..it's a " World Heritage site"
Dear Jane, Great! The old house's roof reminds me of Japanese house's roof. Direct watercoloring and the used methods are just what I'm practicing this year. Thank you for sharing the work, Jane. Cheers, Sadami
dear sadami ...thankyou ..it's an approach i really like....lots of practice here too . thankyou carlos !
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