lunedì 17 marzo 2014

mark making v


© 2014 JANE MINTER
mark making # v 
sepia + perylene maroon + perm rose
watercolour wash 
printing roller + PC gloss printing paper 

14 commenti:

Vandy ha detto...

I love this one, Jane. Wonderful soft colours. It's definitely my favourite.

JANE MINTER ha detto...

thanks so much Vandy :)

Sandra Busby ha detto...

This has such a tranquil and calming feel to it. Beautiful :0)

Eva de dueñas ha detto...

Son unos trabajos fabulosos Jane!!!

Chagua ha detto...

Una gran calidad tonal en la acuarela. Llama mucho la atención del que la ve. El espectador se va a la lejanía. Saludos.

Polly Birchall ha detto...

Gosh, you do get some wonderful effects

Jean Lurssen ha detto...

Ditto Vandy's comments. It's interesting to explore textures with watercolors. There is so much one can do.

Studio at the Farm ha detto...

I am enjoying your series on exploring different ways of applying pigment to paper.
Kathryn

Sergio DS ha detto...

Sé que me repito, pero tu estilo de pintura me encanta.

Buen fin de semana.

Blaga ha detto...

I love examining these washes and trying to imagine what surface or texture they may represent

cathyswatercolors ha detto...

Beautiful eerie paintings. Making marks are more than interesting.

JANE MINTER ha detto...

Thank you all for you comments which i really appreciate sorry not to have replied earlier i will try and catch up with your blogs as soon as i can .....working on this Resin coated polymer printing paper is very similar to working with yupo .As I could not find yupo paper l thought it would interesting to try an alternative synthetic paper with a series of small washes and swatches ....the textures and patterns are fascinating lots to discover.

Maggie Latham ha detto...

So cool!!!!

JANE MINTER ha detto...

it's exciting working on this paper maggie ....thank you :)