Beautiful! Love every single detail. I've been trying to figure out how to get that drippy paint look on fabric. Any thoughts?
So beautiful. I love every part of it.
this is really nice!!!
Alisa!!! I am so glad you had a great time... looks like you came away with some inspiration to take home and cherish! Thanks for always putting yourself out there! wish SSOOO bad I could have been there!! xxooo .....I'm Still amazed by your style!!! ...~vanessa
Wow ! You made that while waiting to get checked out of your hotel room? Thats awesome , I hope to be that quick someday : )
You are TRULY INSPIRING ♥ Thank you!!!Cheers,Lisa>^..^<
This is so fantastic - beautiful!
as I have said before..you inspire me!
oh, i love this! for this reason i always have some sort of project and sketch book with me EVERYWHERE i go!
Pretty! Beats watching TV and checking the clock every five minutes..
It's amazing what yo can do to pass the time! Lovely!
Ditto what everyone before me has said. Absolutely beautiful.
You were amazing at inspired- your class was my favorite and I can't wait to make more fabric. Thanks for such a great class!!!
Oh this was just what I needed to end my day with:) So pretty and inspiring.
Uau, beautiful! I love how you showed us this step by step.Greetings.
This is such a gorgeous painting! Could I be really nosey and ask where you bought your paintbox from? I have some Daler Rowney water colours and Derwent paints but they are not a bright. I did look on the crayola sight but they all seemed to be children's paintboxes, completetly different.Many thanks for sharing and being so inspiring.xx
*.:｡✿ NICE!! ✿.｡.:*C@ from Chile
Fantastic... love your "kill'in time!" :]
Makes my heart go pitter patter!Trish
Very impressive! I love how you photographed the different stages of the work! I just discovered how wonderful it is to create art while traveling...it makes time away from home much more productive and fulfilling!
well you certainly make good use of your time! :-) Lovely~Deborah
OMG. I was hesitating about signing up for your watercolor class. But then I saw THIS post. And I'm convinced. I NEVER thought about creating a watercolor background and THEN creating the images on top of it like you did here - I was SO struggling with not having the "ability" to draw or paint a picture, that I never saw it as layers, some background with some sort of image on TOP could be ART... It's like an epiphany for me...See you in class!!!
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