This interesting Chinese(?) pink lamp was painted by Michele C. It is so shiny!!
After all that wet-in-wet paintng of the past weeks, we were going for the detailed work once more - that is, some of us, because a couple of others felt very ready for another round of splashing! Not too surprising as we have a heatwave at the moment...
These beautifl flamingos are painted by Jutta. it is almost finished if you ask me, it is so subtle, with just a suggestion of a background and the water. I love it!
Catherine painted this fluffy old pink teddy bear with a sad face. Very expressive, well done!
An interesting way of painting shown here, by Chantal who combined wet-in-wet with dry technique to give this pink lady a glow!
As Vanessa (who created this fun watercolour) knows from my happy shrieks, I am delighted with her portrait of these pink trainers. She painted them from the still life with pink objects that I had set up
And another very sweet soft velvet teddy bear, by Marie-Claire. What a friendly little guy he is - and so chique with his bow tie
Amazing pink rose by Carol. Strong and sturdy but still sensitive. Well done!
Above and below, more wet-in-wet adventures and experiments
And of course there were other projects! Always great to see the original other ideas finished or getting shape...
Sylvie M.'s Tutanchamen-based quilt
And the amazing surrealist tea pots by Maud!