lunedì 25 novembre 2013

hegdehog puzzle


©  JANE MINTER 2013
"hedgehog puzzle"
small timber hedgehog puzzle by sculptor John Spielman
painted from life 
A4 watercolour sketch 

childhood memories.... a quick 10 minute sketch of a small timber hedgehog puzzle by sculptor John Spielman.

16 commenti:

Vandy ha detto...

Wonderful warmth in the wood in this painting, Jane.
I'd love to see the whole puzzle. The piece is intriguing :-)

JANE MINTER ha detto...

i love this small puzzle vandy it's a very simple scuplture just 3 pieces that slot together to make the hedgehog ...thanks for looking

Cath.H.C Photography ha detto...

Très joli post!
Merci de ta visite et de tes gentils commentaires sur mes pages, tous les nouveaux blogs m'inspirent pour ma peinture! tes photos sont magnifiques!
Very very nice post!
Thanks & Welcome for your comment and your next visit to my blogs.
Have a nice day! Cath

Jean Spitzer ha detto...

Fascinating .

Jane ha detto...

Beautiful and glowing with light !

Debbie Nolan ha detto...

Gorgeous Jane - what a lovely puzzle. Thanks so much for sharing a childhood memory.

Lorraine Brown ha detto...

Oh the light you have captured makes me look closer to check over every little piece

Cynthia Schelzig ha detto...

Wonderful work!

Sandra Busby ha detto...

Gorgeous! :0)

Tito ha detto...

Sempre bravissima Jane, sembra un lavoro semplice ma occorre una grande maestria per arrivare ad acquarellare così. Abbraccio!

Christy Lemp ha detto...

I love the shimmer of lights in this Jane!

renate ha detto...

Hello Jane:) This is a beautiful sculptor and you painted it beautifully. I love the gold color! Well done. Have a nice week:)xx

JANE MINTER ha detto...

cath jean jane debbie lorraine cythia sandra tito christy renate thanks so much for all your kind comments

Studio at the Farm ha detto...

Absolutely exquisite, Jane! I do so love your work.

Judy ha detto...

Beautiful sketch of a great object and lovely childhood memory!

laura ha detto...

Gorgeous glowing color, and such a pleasing form. Everything you paint, Jane, takes on a fascination!