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Watercolour and India Ink on yupo
I haven’t worked on yupo for some time amd found this particular sheet very resistant to the paint. To remedy the situation, I added India ink with a bamboo pen and it seemed to do the trick. I had a lot fun with this one.
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Painting is such an integral part of my personality and my life. I find much joy and satisfaction in the process, and if the results are pleasing then I am also gratified, but I must admit it is the process that intrigues me and sparks my creative juices.
I paint primarily in watercolour but love to experiment with other media, especially in combination with my watercolour. I would be honoured if you were inclined to take the time to browse through my work.

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Comments

  • Anne Gitto
    Anne Gittoalmost 2 years ago

    So free and lovely Nice work. ☺

  • Thanks so much, Anne. That was what I was aiming for – the freedom. Glad you felt that.

    – bevmorgan

  • maggie326
    maggie326almost 2 years ago

    Beautiful Bouque Bev wonderful work

  • Thanks so much, Maggie. Really pleased you like it.

    – bevmorgan

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesalmost 2 years ago

    Gorgeous and so cheerful!

  • Thanks, Angie. I am glad it felt cheerfrul. It is so cold and grey here, we need cheerful.

    – bevmorgan

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinalmost 2 years ago

    brightens my day!

  • I am so glad, Sally. Thanks for telling me.

    – bevmorgan

  • Jim Phillips
    Jim Phillipsalmost 2 years ago

    Very fine piece Bev. Your experimenting with materials has paid off beautifully with this work.

  • Thanks, Jim. I love experimenting, but of course not all of it is worth posting here.

    – bevmorgan

  • Val Spayne
    Val Spaynealmost 2 years ago

    I`ve never seen Yuppo but have seen it advertised in UK recently.Your painting looks so `liquid` and i really like it. Does the paper absorb paint Bev?

  • Thanks so much, Val. Yupo is a plastic paper which originated in Japan. The paint sits on top of the surface and consequently can appear more vibrant. It is not easily controlled, however. I hope you get a chance to try it.

    – bevmorgan

  • Cal Kimola Brown
    Cal Kimola Brownalmost 2 years ago

    This is lovely Bev – a bit different for you.

  • Thanks, Cal. It is a bit different but I love to experiment with new techniques and materials.

    – bevmorgan

  • Teresa Pople
    Teresa Poplealmost 2 years ago

    Just what I need to see on his grey day . . .Beautiful and I particularly love the free way you’ve done this Bev . .x

  • Thanks so much, Teresa. I was aiming for “free”. I am so glad you felt that.

    – bevmorgan

  • CJTill
    CJTillalmost 2 years ago

    A wonderful piece of work Bev.

  • Thank you, Colin. It is so good to hear from you again.

    – bevmorgan

  • Beatrice Cloake
  • Thanks so much for the feature, Beatrice. You are always so good to me, and I do appreciate it very much.

    – bevmorgan

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