To be finished, but already funny and sharp, like herself - Marie-Claire's maxi and mini fish
After last week's session there was a Hangar board meeting and in the busy hassle I did not take pictures of all the work! I am sorry - there was more good stuff out there... Next week I'll be back to my structured self, promise! That said - here are some great examples of what the theme 'Big and small' can lead to:
Fabulous, these big & small 'champignons lumineuses' by Sylvie D. Out of hand, spontaneous.
And how about the big 'coeur de boeuf' and the tiny cherry tomato by Hélène!
Very big compliment for Michele, especially on how she expressed the metal! Couldn't be better!
After a lot of hours, Bev finished her Piazza Ducale in Vigevano!! It has so much atmosphere and on top of that a very good looking glass of chablis in the foreground. We admire your perseverance Bev!
Not yet completed, the view on a Tourtour street. When finished, this will be posted in the 'Trip to Tourtour' on the Hangar Blog.
Maud worked very hard on her village and is really on her way to create something to be proud of!
A first watercolour by Leonie. She is an experienced painter but this was a first watercolour experiment. I think this is really something she could express herself in and she liked it too, so, expect to see more!
Ilse has missed a Tuesday - and worked on the background-foreground-details exercise. The photo doesn't do her delicate work justice, it is really very well executed and beautiful and I'm also sure that all she learned came back to her.
O my, this patchwork-quilt by Celina. It is so good!! And interesting, you can really imagine a little story in each piece .
A very good start for Sheila. When finished her watercolour quilt will be equally warm and cuddly and full of stories I'm sure