domenica 10 marzo 2013

green



©  JANE MINTER 2013
"green"
verde
watercolour wash 

.........not sure yet which way up I prefer this wash. 

20 commenti:

Blaga ha detto...

Well, this way I see grass in the middle and trees in the distance...

Lorraine Brown ha detto...

I love it when the wash will work two ways, wonder what you will do with it?

Rita Vaselli ha detto...

E' proprio così la primavera che si fa largo tra nebbia e piogge in questi giorni,nel Nord Italia...Cara Jane,hai colto l'attimo!
Complimenti,Rita.

Maggie Latham ha detto...

Jane, nice wash!.....are you going to use some ink marks on this one?

Judy ha detto...

Beautiful greens!

Sergio DS ha detto...

Sugerente lavado, resulta muy atractivo.

Pat ha detto...

other way up for me, so lighter at the top - then very reminiscent of a field xx

William Cook ha detto...

Hi Jane--I'm listening to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YCAcXiHEdk

and spotted your "Green". What a great fit. Don't you think? Before I found your piece I imagined myself painting a watercolor just like this only huge. Imagine my surprise when I found your piece. Magnificent work as usual.

Tito ha detto...

Beautiful Jane, like an abstract you can look at it in any position. Well done.

RH Carpenter ha detto...

The way you have it on the post, it looks like a frozen pond just before spring begins to really green things up :) Beautiful washes.

renate ha detto...

Hello Jane:) Beautiful colors in this wash. So soft. Did you try vertical:)? It's very nice!

JANE MINTER ha detto...

blaga thanks for telling me what you see .

yes it's interesting lorraine when they work in more than one way ...might just leave this one as it is .thanks for looking

beautiful words and desription rita ...é propio cosi ...grazie mille.

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thank you maggie !.... no ink on this one but have a few washes to work on :)

thanks judy ... i love the transition from winter to spring

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thank you very much sergio .

pat that's the way i thought orignal thanks for giving me your preference

good to see you william ..very good ! thanks for the link...so beautiful
thank you.

glad you like it tito grazie mille

always love reading your intreptations rhonda ..thankyou

possibility renate thank you !

Anamaria do Val ha detto...

Lovely wash, Jane, you made an incredible mix of greens! I like it this way because I can see the silhouette of many buildings on the background.

John Simlett ha detto...

Intriguing, I bet every viewer sees something different in your work. Interesting to note that you mention the seasonal transition - and I can that straight away ...albeit we have had blizzards all week and the coldest March in 30 years!

Irina Rekhviashvili ha detto...

Hi Jane, I saw your comment in FB and here is my advice: I use ifttt.com and when I post to blog, the image from the blog automatically repeats to FB and to flickr. The site is very simple and useful, I hope for you too.
They can connect all your sources if these sources have the same email address.
How cool - your green painting awakes fantasy and creativity in your readers. Great work.

JANE MINTER ha detto...


john keep warm i've heard it is bitter in uk ...thankyou lots of variations to explore.

i like you can see buildings anamaria

irina thanks so very much for your suggestion and help ...had a quick look it looks very interesting ...need to find a solution ...that's what i like about these simple washes thank you ...see you've been exloring acrylics .

loriann signori ha detto...

Love the distilled beauty in this one. No need for anything else.

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thanks so very much loriann really appreciate your comment ..i like it as it is .