Watercolour on 140 lb. Arches cold press.This started out as a freeing exercise using the method of painting by Jean Haines. I could not resist the temptation of negative painting, however, so the tightening up of the subject ensued.
tulips watercolour negative painting
Thank you so much, Valerie. Always appreciated.
Love the flow and blending of colors! Beautiful soft work!
Thanks, Angie, for the kind words.
Love the casual boldness of this one Bev. It really a beautifully painted watercolour.
Thanks so much, Jim. Love the term “casual boldness”
WONDERFUL FLOW OF COLOURS BEV LIZ
Thanks so much, Liz. Glad you like it.
This is beautiful, Bev. It’s funny that no matter how hard we try to break out of our mold, we find ourselves very quickly returning to what we know best…..in your case, negative painting.
Thanks for the kind reassurance, Marsha. I really appreciate it.
Lovely work Bev!! Beautiful colours!! :))
Thanks so much, Vicki. So pleased you like it.
Ooohhhh, a delight, bev!!
Thanks so much, Sally. Always appreciated.
This is another STAND OUT Bev Morgan painting! Lovely colours and loose application of paint make this so appealing Bev.
Thanks so much, Lynda. It means a lot to me that you like it.
LOVE THIS BEV…..for all the previous reasons given…and then some. :)) An absolute Primo Supremo Fave. ♥Ron♥
Thanks so much, Ron. You are so supportive.
Whether or not you are completely happy with the path you took, your end result is beautiful to behold, a mixture of soft impressionism and just enough reality that the flowers can be clearly seen to be tulips. And I love the way you blend colors!
YOur comments are always so well thought out, Celeste. Thank you so much for this.
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