Roses into space by Beatrice Cloake
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The first in a new serie of abstract in Watercolour

Watercolour on Saunders waterford

Beatrice Cloake ARTIST PAINTER

I am a Fine Art artist residing in Kent, UK.
Member of National Acrylic Painters Association.
Designers and Artists Copyright society
Listed in Who’s Who in Art
With many exhibitions around UK.
See more about myself on my website

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Comments

  • Impressionism
    Impressionismabout 5 years ago

    very nice! it reminds me of honeycomb
    beautiful work Beatrice

  • Thank you so very much K.Bock, much appreciated comment since it is my first Abstract.

    – Beatrice Cloake

  • Alan Stevens
    Alan Stevensabout 5 years ago

    Abstract??!! Wow you’re really letting yourself go! Nice!

  • It means a lot to me ! glad you like it Padrino

    – Beatrice Cloake

  • paulbeattieart
    paulbeattieartabout 5 years ago

    Very striking painting Beatrice. Beautiful colour as per usual.

  • Thank you so much Paul. I have been nervous to put this one online.

    – Beatrice Cloake

  • bevmorgan
    bevmorganabout 5 years ago

    Wonderful colour and texture, Beatrice. I love the sense of freedom here.

  • Beatrice Cloake
    Beatrice Cloakeabout 5 years ago

    Thank you Bev. I have gone away from my usual style. I much appreciate your point of view.

  • Carole Russell
    Carole Russellabout 5 years ago

    Oh, like this Beatrice – bubblewrap???

  • Beatrice Cloake
    Beatrice Cloakeabout 5 years ago

    Thanks Carole, yes partly bubblewrap.

  • Kimberly  Daigle
    Kimberly Daiglealmost 5 years ago

    absolutely beautiful abstract

  • emel
    emelover 4 years ago

    beautiful effect ! love it

  • Thank you emel.

    – Beatrice Cloake

  • Kensoi
    Kensoiover 4 years ago

    Good Work. I’d Love To Know How You Got That Effect

  • Thank you Ken for your kind comments.

    I have worked in watercolour. I use transparent colours, lay them within a sense of the future design.
    While still wait, I laid some bubble wrap and other plastic on top, compressed between two layers of A1 watercolour paper and with heavy books on top. Forget all about it for 48 hours – once the bubble wrap and others removed, I worked on my design, this time, the roses.
    I hope this helps.

    – Beatrice Cloake


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