Amazing result of Isabelle, also proof that 'persevere' is the thing to do when you paint silky fabrics
During our last aquarelle session, many were still working on unfinished watercolours or inspired by other things! But 4 Aquarellistas worked on the subject du jour: 'Fabrics' and as you can see interpreted it all in a different way!
'Weaving' was the swing that Sylvie D gave the subject. She will finish this later, adding the part on the right that is the actual fabric - but already an awesome image!
Sheila started a basis for brocade, but it ran away with her and she ended up with this gorgeous fantasy-lace! That's one of those things with watercolours...
Patience really bended the subject towards surrealism. These folds look beautifully melancholic and if you look carefully (click to enlarge picture) you will find a foot, and eye and more...
The group was very big and we worked with a still life and different pictures as examples and inspiration...
Michele F brought daughter II, the beautiful Violet. Clearly the talent for colours and composition runs in the family! Above. Michele's little bouquet (almost finished)
Violet worked with watercolours for the first time (!) and here's the big lily she created. So fragile - and the white works splendidly. I love it.
And talking about talent, Brigitte is really on a roll. She finished her beach view (below) and to fill the time 'doodled' these tulips in a very relaxed way. We were all in awe, looking great!
Brenda's almost fnished tuscan landscape. It is very sunny - and just needs a little bit more of that typical background - to be added next time
Sylvie D.also created a Tuscan landscape - I so love the little village on the hill top and those typical cypress trees!
Michele C. works with us in between travels all over the world! She read about our 'perspective workshop' and that inspired her to paint this little street on the road to Compostella (9 points out of 10 for the perspective Michele)
Awesome, what more can I say... Brigitte's sunny sandy beach now finished
Here's the very start of Carol's new painting. I use it as an example to show that in some art the subject is all-important, more than the execution. Even though this is not even half finished, it already touches you with it's story doesn't it!? I already look forward to seeing the next stages...
Not only is this amazingly well done by Agnès (look at that water, look at those drops from the fountain in the background!) but to me it is also a funny picture: to me the guy in the shell is on the phone - do you see it too?
Liz started with a new project that will later be a group effort: the brush in the water jar. Cleverly done by her, and who knows, after it is finished we may have to ask: 'is it a painting or a photo?'
More later - actually much more work was created as we were with a big group, but many had left before I could take the pictures... So sorry - and of course Next Time!