domenica 5 febbraio 2012

old enamelled cast iron sink



© JANE MINTER
"old enamelled cast iron sink"
32 x 41 cm 
watercolour study 



....couldn't resist painting this study of an old enamelled cast iron sink which I chose and interpreted  from one of the many course reference photos...this was my  last lesson of the course with Marina Macolin .

15 commenti:

renate ha detto...

Hello Jane! This is so brilliant to gave it such an old look! Beautiful. I love old items and you made it look realistic!

Cynthia Schelzig ha detto...

oooh fabulous...all the way to the rust..wow......and the water lily below....beautiful. We were painting them in our gouache workshop...you would have loved it:)

Christiane Kingsley ha detto...

This is beautiful, Jane. I love the subtle textures and color.

AK ha detto...

Love the simplicity of this subject. Fabulous.

Lydie ha detto...

Excellent !!! so beautiful !

Judy ha detto...

Lovely painting, Jane!

cathyswatercolors ha detto...

Hi Jane, Being the decorating nut that i am... i love the subject and of course your painting is irresitable,as usual:)

Blaga ha detto...

What an interesting approach! And a beautiful result, Jane! It is never boring on your site :)

Jeanette ha detto...

Beautiful painting. Your style lends itself well to objects such as this.

Jane ha detto...

Very nice,looking quite old indeed!

Sketchbook Squirrel ha detto...

I have a real soft spot for salvaged old stuff like this. There is real 'old-world' charm to these items that always have great details and character. A beautiful piece.

JANE MINTER ha detto...

renate cynnie christiane ak lydie lydie judy cathy blaga jeanette jane + ss ...thankyou all so much for your comments and feedback which i appreciate so much .

Nora MacPhail ha detto...

It's so wonderful to see the many ways that people use watercolour. It's so versatile. You've done a lovely job with this one. Gorgeous soft washes.
Happy Painting,
Nora

Dianne ha detto...

I think the word is bellissima, lovely style!

JANE MINTER ha detto...

nora thankyou .

dianne thankyou and thanks for visiting my blog.