domenica 18 settembre 2011

MY 7 LINKS PROJECT



The My 7 Links Project was generated by TripBase to "unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavour to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again." Bloggers list their Top 7 Links in the following categories...


My 7 Links Project
Your most beautiful post
– Your most 
popular post
– Your most 
controversial post
– Your most 
helpful post
– A post whose 
success surprised you
– A post you feel 
didn’t get the attention it deserved
– The post that you are most 
proud of
...and then Bloggers tag others and so it goes on.

Thankyou Katharyn Ragan of Studio at the Farm  blog  for tagging me for this project 

7 LINKS

prehaps collectively my 100 watercolour washes challenge posts which are grouped together in "100 washes page" have been the most inspiring and stimulating  not always beautiful but definately my  favorite  posts  http://onehundredwashes.blogspot.com/
  



watercolour wash # 26






" watercolour wash #24"



My most popular post 


This post has received the most comments 









the following  posts are a few of  the "popular posts" listed by google   



                   





                     
   


           







My most controversial post 

As  I  write very little with each post I feel I don't have a controversial post ............I hope my sketches, studies and watercolours speak for themselves .....I often post a painting with just the title   ... a visual diary of my work in progress ... good , bad  , unfinished , finished  ...I value everyone who takes the time to leave a comment 



My most helpful post  


A couple of posts that have inspired fellow bloggers 


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Irina asked if she could copy my painting as a learning exercise last week ..have a look at her beautiful painting ... irina's painting and stuff blog.





"watercolour wash # 30"


Rhonda carpenter  "WATERCOLOUR and WORDS" blog was inspired by the effects created with salt of watercolour wash # 30 she tried the same approach here is a link to Rhonda's wash http://rhcarpenter.blogspot.com/2011/01/washing-that-birthday-business-away.html   




       
The post who's success surprised me


The following posts from workshops and exercises inspired by watercolour books have far the most hints  




"Jean Haines watercolour with life workshop" 







"Watercolour by  Jean Morelle Rosehips inspired by Ewa Karpinkska step by step" 





"woodland scene inspired by The Atmospheric Landscape The Tao of Watercolour by Jeanne Carbonetti"





The post I feel didn't get the attention it deserved 
I made a slide show of a few paintings of old doors at the very beginning of my blog as the images have disappearred  I thought I 'd post a couple of them here.






"old door latch"
special thanks to  Kay Smith for the reference photo






"old door handle "
special thanks to  Kay Smith for the reference photo 


The post I am most proud of  


.....my first solo watercolour exhibition a couple of paintings from the show  











© JANE MINTER

Finally, my seven  nominated artists to take part in the 7 Links Project are 7 artist ... my " fellow washers"  a wonderful group of artist who i've enjoyed  partIcipating with in the One Hundred Wash challenge  over the last year :.... thankyou all !  



15 commenti:

RH Carpenter ha detto...

What a pleasure to see these paintings again, Jane - thanks so much for sharing them again with us (and I hadn't seen the old doors so glad to visit them again - love old doors).

Cynthia Schelzig ha detto...

Fabulous post! Was so interesting reading and seeing you seven posts.
Love the old lock and door handle!

Olivia ha detto...

Wonderful idea Jane!

I remember the first one, colors were always in my mind. I also loved your hortensias and old buttons.
100 washes challenge is a great experiment. I am a bit sad it's quite finish...

Now, I have to think about my 7 links projects... Carrie Waller sent it to me few weeks ( or months ) ago. I didn't take time to do it. I am a bas girl sometimes, I know. Now I have to do it ! Today, I am working on "four seasons washes ". Already 3 painted. I will post them soon.

Bises.

Theresa Evans ha detto...

What a fabulous post, Jane. It's really a treat to see your work highlighted again like this alongside your added thoughts. I hadn't seen your old doors either. So sad they didn't get the attention they deserved - they're lovely ... especially the old door handle.

Thanks for nominating me to take a 7 Links Project .. I'll do my best but you're a tough act to follow, lol. xx

Studio at the Farm ha detto...

Wonderful and fascinating post, Jane. I love the keys, door handle and coffee pot paintings.

jane minter ha detto...

jane minter ha detto...
hi rhonda posted way too many ! ..good to mention a few fellow bloggers.. i love old doors :)thanks for looking.

hi there cynthia good to see you ..thankyou !

hi olivia ..feels like we've only just started the challenge ..i'm working on the last washes too :) ..just read maggie's blog she is talking about a water media challenge
which sounds interesting !.. promised
katharyn i would do the 7 links project back in the summer ..takes time so do it only if you want to :)

hi theresa just wanted to mention you all here ...look foward to seeing your post if you have time :) .....hope to start painting more "architectural" paintings ..loved your last conker wash .

hi katharyn thanks again and sorry it's taking me so long to post the 7 link project .

jamila aladdin ha detto...

I just LLOOOOOVE your style and I always feel that you give this meduíum justice with your loose fluid and watery brushstrokes

Laura Sanz Masdeu ha detto...

Ha sido un placer volver a ver tus acuarelas en este post, magníficas todas!!

Judy ha detto...

Fabulous to see all these paintings in one post! I had not seen the doors either.

Sadami ha detto...

Dear Jane,
Thank you so much for reviewing the updated posts and sharing the work again. Your work is always inspiring.
Kind regards,Sadami

jane minter ha detto...

jamila laura judy and sadami you are all so very kind to take the time to leave comments on this post esp as i know you've seen most of these already so a big thankyou :)...will catch up with all your blogs !

Noemí ha detto...

Una gran idea! me acuerdo de las uvas, los tubos de pintura y el narciso sobre todo.

Saludos!

jane minter ha detto...

hi there noemi thanks so very much saludos !

suzanneberry ha detto...

what an amazing body of work jane! i so enjoyed this outstanding post!

jane minter ha detto...

enjoyed looking at your 7 links project suzanne appreciate your comment thankyou !