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Winsor Newton watercolor on Strathmore paper.
Located in Covington, Ohio USA
architecture, barn, building, country, dilapidated, neighbor, old, relic, wood
“To me, every work of art gives the viewer a glimpse of the spirit that resides in the heart of the artist that created it.”
Thank you for viewing my work. I consider each visitor a very important part of my creative journey.
– Marsha Elliott
REALLY, REALLY COOL!!!
Love the angles of the doors and the colors!!!
Yeah! Go girl!Colors within colors!!!!!You got it now!!!
Thanks so much, Donna. Now if I could only learn how to do foliage satisfactorily.
Marsha I love old stuff like this .. an old window ..an old door an old shed like this..Spot on!John
Thanks, John. You should see my neighbor’s yard where this was painted – full of all kinds of relics. It’s a painter’s paradise.
Love the sunlight slanting across the woodwork Marsha. You know, the thing I hate doing most is foliage. The only advice I can give, which I don’t always do myself, is to study it closely!
Thanks, Ian. Funny thing about those studies. So much is lost in the translation from the time I see the image, run it around in my brain, down my arm, through the brush & onto the paper! :) I would love to sit down with someone who knows what they’re doing & watch the process.
Good textures and shadows here, Marsha. Well done on the sale.
I also have a rickety old barn, in my ‘Feeding the Chickens’ painting
Thanks so much, Colin, for your great comment. Yes, I remember seeing your barn painting in your gallery – very nice!
Simple but lovely painting! A very nice painting!
Thank you so much. I love going over to the neighbor’s to do these paintings as his yard is full of all kinds of interesting subjects.
In Hand Painted or Drawn Buildings and Architecture
Big thank you!
I see we’ve been co-featured again. It’s a lovely painting.
Yeah, how ’bout that! Big congrats to you as well – I just love your street scene. Someday, I hope to give it a try.
You are a master of watercolors, Marsha. Congrats on your feature!
Thank you, Deborah. You’re much too kind & generous with your comment. Don’t think I can live up to that one.
Fantastic creation, excellent light and shadows !
Big thank you! :)