mercoledì 29 maggio 2013

green lunaria - honesty



©  JANE MINTER 2013
"green lunaria"
green honesty 
watercolour study ... painted from life
CANSON MONTVAL 


22 commenti:

Sadami ha detto...

Hi, Jane, You prove that an artist can turn an ordinary into an extra-ordinary.
Cheers, Sadami

Chagua ha detto...

Preciosa acuarela. Se desvanece maravillosamente esa planta.
Saludos.

Sergio DS ha detto...

Muy sutil, preciosa acuarela.

Judy ha detto...

Beautiful!

Anamaria do Val ha detto...

Beautiful greens, light and shadows!and a perfect drawing,as always, Jane. Love it

Lisa Graham ha detto...

I love the botanical feel to this. It's so fresh.

Sandra Busby ha detto...

Oh, just look at these! Beautiful :0)

Isabelle ha detto...

juste de l'eau et des couleurs mais quelle merveille.

laura ha detto...

such beautiful, fresh greens ... and I love the delicate lines too!

Jane ha detto...

Gorgeous Jane, love Lunaria !

renate ha detto...

Hello dear Jane:) I know these plants. They are so lovely, just as your painting is. Very nice!

Lorraine Brown ha detto...

I don't know these plants but that does not prevent me from admiring your lovely soft capture

Judith Farnworth Art ha detto...

Agree with the others Jane you have an uncanny knack of making the unattractive so attractive, another really lovely piece!!

Pat ha detto...

What a gorgeous piece. Love Honesty - and this painting is a fabulous rendition.

Jean Lurssen ha detto...

So unusual to see them in their green state. One usually sees paintings of them in dry state. A nice soft rendition. We also call this a money plant. I guess because the seed heads resemble coins.

Sonia Aguiar ha detto...

It's so pretty...

Laura Moore ha detto...

Love the limited colour palatte. So subtle and yet so detailed.

Mathilde Le Goff ha detto...

Love your work!
I put a link on my blog - please come and see!

Mathilde

http://unegouttedepeinturedansleau.blogspot.fr/

Candy ha detto...

Jane, you have such a nice touch. I love this delicate little painting. I'm not familiar with this plant, but I'm going to find it on the Internet to learn more about it.

John Simlett ha detto...

Love it, Jane. It's so fresh and mystic somehow

Crystal Cook ha detto...

LOVELY and so very interesting Jane. :)

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thank you everyone for you comments on this small study and for visiting my blog ...will catch up on all your posts ...it's nearly the end of the school year here so there are lots of family commitments .