Sunday, 29 March 2009


The Hangar Aquarellista's have been playing with light this week. In a couple of different forms, "classic", "realistic" and abstract. This is a brilliant landscape of Ann Edwards, inspired on the dead sea. She has not used white, the bright orange works very well to suggest a source of light, because of the strong contrast with the cool blues and greys!In this classic monochrome nude (by Renée Richters) the parts that are not painted are the lightest and suggest a very bright light. More light of Renée Richters. We do use the transparancy of the aquarelle paint, but our style is not so soft in colour! - for us it is more the contrast that suggests light and makes the picture interesting. Both abstracts full of light, by Marina Teding van Berkhout

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