Old Barn on Pavlica Rd. #2 by Marriet

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I tried changing up the trees in this and a little negative painting for a different

Watercolor Daniel Smith on Arches 300 cold press.

I started drawing for my son, who was fascinated with it as a child. I took a few classes in colored pencil and watercolor and found the company to be exceptional, and have loved the art world since.

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  • Albert
    Albertalmost 2 years ago

    Wonderful work!

  • Hi Albert. Thank you for your comment and fave. Very nice of you!

    – Marriet

  • Betty Mackey
    Betty Mackeyalmost 2 years ago

    Love the angles and the way we see through the barn.

  • Glad you like this. Thank you Betty, and I appreciate your fave too!

    – Marriet

  • Shylie Edwards
    Shylie Edwardsalmost 2 years ago

    wonderful…..your porfolio is amazing…..watercolours are so difficult….amazing work!!

  • Thanks Shylie. Very sweet of you to comment.

    – Marriet

  • madvlad
    madvladalmost 2 years ago

    LOOKS LIKE THE BARN I WAS BORN IN,,yes, i was born at home,,no money for the dr, in them days,mom said, she saved 35 dollars on me being born at home,,no wonder?i,m so cheap,?,,frugal?, hope your ok young lady,,here warm for a few days at lastttt

  • Hi Walter, it was warm here for the last 2 days or so, but today is down in the 20’s again. I must say it felt good to be out with a light jacket. Born in a barn were you? Well, that’s fine because you turned out well. I think my Mom was born at home too. My grandmother had 11 brothers and sisters. Her mother had six children with one husband, who was very handsome too, editor of the Philadelphia newspaper, and then he died and she married again and had 6 more kids. Imagine. Hope you have a good day and enjoy the warm!

    – Marriet

  • madvlad
    madvladalmost 2 years ago

    actually maryann,,i also have read by oil lamp,,,yup,we had a summer home with no electricity, pumped drinking water in a sink,and you bettah!!!remember to leave a pot of water after you use it to prime it later, and sat on a two seater out house,,my 3 dau,s said i was lying, when i told them this,,they said, you can,t be that old dad.,,,yes, they used to have big families once,,my mom,s mom,had 6,kids ,dad,s mom 6?,my wife,s mom 8, my sisters husband mom,18,but they lived in the woods of va,and didn,t know how to stop,them?so?now no kids,no fathers around,and everyone, selfish,as????

  • Ha ha, my grandparents had an outhouse too, though by the time I came along there was indoor plumbing. They had a coal heater, where Pop pop shoveled coal in the basement. How things have changed! In the last 100 years we’ve managed to botch the entire atmosphere!
    Regarding the large families, we have too many people on the earth now, and not enough food, so it’s a blessing that that folks are having fewer children. And the mortality rate is a bit better. Can’t imagine 18 kids!

    – Marriet

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesover 1 year ago

    Love your old barns; you have done a great job on the weathered wood.

  • Thank you Angie for the comment and fave. ") The background looks like the Aurora Borealis to me -trying something new.

    – Marriet

  • Elizabeth Kendall
    Elizabeth Kendallabout 1 year ago

    Lovely art!

  • Thank you Elizabeth. This was an experiment in painting loose and fast and also the negative painting. I am not a fast painter by nature, but was with an instructor for awhile who was so practiced that she moved by memory. It didn’t work for me, that is to say, I didn’t feel comfortable with it. But it’s good to experiment and go outside the lines now and then to see what you can do.

    – Marriet

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