I don´t like to start my paintings on a blank paper. I save mine old, less good paintings. Sooner or later I finds a new motive wich suits above the old one. I can´t remember the first layer on this painting. The second layer is this woman inspired by the 60ies. (painted 2006)

Watercolour on Lessebo paper 300g 25×36 cm

Featured in Inspired Art the April 7 2010.


  • banrai
    banraiover 4 years ago

    fine piece again

  • Thank you. Theese two belongs to my favorites.

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • salena
    salenaover 4 years ago

    I really like the depth you get when there are more than one layer!
    beautifull catrin!

  • Tack Salena, det är ett roligt sätt att måla.

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorover 4 years ago

    well done work this makes it so interesting !LIZ

  • Thanks Liz! /Catrin

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1over 4 years ago


  • :) thanks again Shulie!

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • John Douglas
    John Douglasover 4 years ago

    delicious paint – love the layers on layers!

  • Thanks John! …white paper is scary…

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 4 years ago

    superb art …. brilliant freedom love them all ……..wow I just can’t function unless the paper or canvases are blank! admire you so much, LOl yes a bit scary I find if I have a pile it helps, if only one left ………………………….. ;-))))

  • Thanks a lot Virginia! :D

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • talidepablos
    talidepablosover 4 years ago

    wonderful wonderful work

  • thanks :)

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 4 years ago

    bravo !
    my best, your host (francis).

  • Thanks a lot, much appreciated!

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • Klaus Bohn
    Klaus Bohnover 4 years ago

    nice feeling- well done!

  • Thanks a lot Klaus!

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciover 4 years ago

    Thank You, for your Contribution and Support of the Group
    April 26th, 2010
    Host, Mary Sedici

  • Thanks Mary, it´s much appriciated! :)

    – Catrin Stahl-Szarka

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