giovedì 27 giugno 2013

honey spoon


©  JANE MINTER 2013
"honey spoon"
olive wood honey dipper
watercolour sketch
A5 Arches 300g/m2

a quick sketch painted from life with no pencil 

14 commenti:

ann @ studiohyde ha detto...

Lovely, immediately made me think Honey..yum :)

Christine ha detto...

C'est incroyable, sous ton pinceau, une banale cuillère à miel devient une œuvre d'art. C'est vraiment magnifique.

Sergio DS ha detto...

Muy buena, un motivo difícil de pintar por su geometría y complejidad de sombras.
"Dulce" acuarela.
;)

Judy ha detto...

A 'sweet' painting! :)

Polly Birchall ha detto...

I love the way you pick everyday things and make a lovely painting from them. You were my inspiration behind painting a little something from each room, and I am enjoying it.

Sandra Busby ha detto...

It's lovely Jane :0)

Sadami ha detto...

Daarrrling, you're so sweet... and your subejct is always sweet...
Cheers,wink,wink, Sadami

RH Carpenter ha detto...

Lovely work. I admire how you do no drawing but let your brush and paint draw the item - and keep it so light and loose and lovely :)

Jane ha detto...

Beautifully done, perfect honey color, looks yummi !

Lorraine Brown ha detto...

I can feel the sticky of the honey, lovely capture

Hilje van Beijnum ha detto...

Very beautiful, Jane!! The light effects on the spoon are perfectly done. Also love the natural, soft colors!!

Eva de dueñas ha detto...

Very good the volume and light &darks give to the figure to much realism

Blaga ha detto...

Once again you managed to turn a simple object into a beautiful fresh watercolor!

JANE MINTER ha detto...

ann christine sergio judy polly sandra sadami rhonda jane lorraine eva + blaga thank you all so much ...i really do appreciate all your comments ...i always find it difficult in the summer with 3 months school holidays here in italy ...i get alot of satisfaction from just making quick sketches .