drawings and watercolours by jane minter
Lovely and soft - gorgeous painting Jane.
Beautiful how the flowers emerge from the wash!
Delicious! These remind me of a painting of purple hyacinths you had a couple of years ago, in a similar technique, which I loved.
I love your style, the dreamlike atmosphere in your paintings!
The hyacinths and the pink colors you used are wonderful, Jane!! I always love to visit your blog to see your exquisite work!!
Fabulous, Jane!I could recognize your watercolours anywhere, your style is unique.
These are beautiful paintings of beautiful flowers. And I too love the way the flowers emerge from the mist....the wash. Thankyou for your lovely posts, Mrs A.
Two true beauties Jane !
Two lovely versions, I bet these look stunning in the real as I see they are very large
Hi, Jane, Lovely! It would be interesting, if I could see you working in my eye -- on a big and heavy paper.Cheers, Sadami
Great style Jane, pinks ii you say "initial wash" but it looks a finished watercolor
Both these works are so delicate and have a lovely flow. great.
Pinks two has that extra bit of color, both paintings draw you in and have you begging for more!
These really are beautiful :0)
Lovely. This painting really demonstrates what you do so well ... Your wet-in-wet washes are so beautifully diffuse, yet don't lose their vibrancy or the sense of what you're painting. I wish I could do it!
Me gustan, sobre todo ese corazón sugerido.
You are SO clever, Jane - these are magical.When the gardener takes cuttings from pinks, they call it 'piping'! I don't know why, but I heard it as a little boy and never forgot!
Beautiful! So delicate and dreamy. The colour is delicious!
ann many thanks :)judy worked on a few washes with different papers ..thank you :)blaga you've got a good memory :) thank you for your kind comment .sissel thank you so much :)hilje thank you just admired some of you new geometric paintings .laura ! love your recent pen and wash sketches.ana maria thank you painted these a few weeks ago flowers faded now .mrs A thank you ...lots of water :)jane grazie mille ... thank you lorraine i'm enjoying the freedom of working on large sheets at the moment .... thank you
Che meraviglia! Ciao Jane.
sadami thanks ... pinks ii is on Arches 600g/m2 painting 600g/m2 at the moment which is beautiful to work on . hi there fernando thanks for that ... really appreciate your feedback ...might leave it as it is .thank ak lots of water and working quickly .cathy i think i prefer the extra colours in ii ...thank youpolly thanks for your comment here and on FB ..love your fry up ...great !thanks sandra ...can't reply on your blog without up dating to goggle + ...have sent you a message .laura sometimes they get completely lost ! ...you paint beautfully ..too many flowers to paint now ! ...many thanks :) sergio thank you ! john thank you that's interesting ... your new boat print looks super. hi theresa thanks so much ...i used perm rose for oinks i ... just read your reply on your post re sketchbooks how true .
ciao tito grazie mille :)
so beautiful...a whisper of color and beauty jane!
Dear Jane:) Wonderful paintings! I can smell the flower over here:) I prefer the first one because stong pink, but they are both beautiful! Hugs:)
Ethereal and vibrant as always Jane. So beautiful.
hi jarnie thank you ...and well done again !
Agree with Lorraine I would also love to see them for real....on here they look so small, but am sure in the flesh they are magnificent!!
hi suzanne thanks so much ... not much there i could add more but will leave these two hi renate they have such a potent scent ..thanks for telling me your preference ...look forward to seeing more of your master challenges .
wish you could judith ...the image doesn't give a sense of scale ... the irises above are also very large but they look so small ... thank you :)
Both of these are so lovely!
thank you margaret :) i'm glad you like them both.
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