domenica 13 ottobre 2013

old enamelled ladle


©  JANE MINTER 2013
"old enamelled ladle " 
still life 
watercolour demo painted from life 
an exercise in negative painting  
Cansons Fontenay


 ........one of the painting demos I painted last week gifted to Bix and Drew after my workshop at France Painting Holiday.... a small  enamelled ladle which is treasured item of  Bix 


FRANCE PAINTING HOLIDAY
JANE MINTER'S WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP 2014
 DATES : 14/09/2014 - 20/09/2014

If you would like to join me next year at Bandouille FRANCE PAINTING HOLIDAY I will be guest tutor week commencing 14th September 2014
for further information please contact Bix Nash at


 http://francepaintingholiday.com/ 






10 commenti:

Chagua ha detto...

Es interesante la serie de las llaves y ahora con la cucharilla. Saludos.

Sergio DS ha detto...

I´m sure you enjoy in this workshop, congrats.

cathyswatercolors ha detto...

thank you for sharing the enchanting video of your holiday painting in France.

Sadami ha detto...

Hi, Jane, very beautiful work! I'd like to join your workshop one day!
Cheers, Sadami

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thank you chagua sorry the images are so poor.

hi sergio alot ...thank you

hi cathy glad you like it ...prehaps photos would have been better.

hi sadami will have to meet half way sadami

Anamaria do Val ha detto...

I think you have a knack for turning simple things into small wonders, Jane! I love this one

JANE MINTER ha detto...

oh thank you anamaria ...there were so many incredible things to paint there at the monastery rusty old keys ,ancient chains , old bed warmers pots and pans beautiful, old waffle makers antique flower presses just to mention a few ...lots of inspiration for everyone to choose from, hedgerows full of berries and wild flowers ...the simple ladle was one of many exercises to practice working wet in wet , wet in dry , lost and found edges , sketching with and without initial sketches .

Cath.H.C Photography ha detto...

très joli !!!

JANE MINTER ha detto...

merci cath

Jala Pfaff ha detto...

So cool, this ladle painting!