Thursday, April 17, 2008

Watercolor, stretched, collage layouts

Here are the turkey drawings previously shown, now watercolored.


Two new canvases stretched. Maybe I should finish my other paintings before starting new ones though.

Layouts for collages. The open weave stuff is from a bag that potatoes came in.
project

11 comments:

Cestandrea said...

I like your turkey studies. These birds are so interesting, colours and all. And looking forward to what you will be doing with the new collage.
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Britt-Arnhild said...

Atr coming to life.

That's what makes life worth living, isn't it :-)

Cris in Oregon said...

Looking good and fun.
How is your Mom doing at home?

katie jane said...

The collage is neat. I'll be interested to see where you go with this.

Patti said...

Love to hear of you recyling I'm 'big' on it at the moment (as you already know!) Love the turkeys they're real enough to touch!

Forever Young said...

hey love the turkey, but then i loved the sheep too,it takes very little to make me fall in love, i'm easy!! ha ha.

Forever Young said...

ha ha it's cris's sheep that i was dreaming about!!!!

human being said...

more creativity from Suki...
love them all... the colors are delightful...
read about your mom on Cris's blog... happy to hear from her... kiss her for me...

tell Blaize i miss her a lot...
:)

Lynn said...

Did you paint the potato bag or did it come in those colors?
Interesting lay out thus far. Look forward to it's development.

marianne said...

Always in awe of your creativity and energy!
Start the painting when you want Suki!

sukipoet said...

Thanks everyone for your comments. they inspire me to continue on. Lynn the potatoe bag was red, I used it as a stensil for something and thus it is now purple. I love this potato bag. I have never had one like it.

Wow Marianne, there you are in your thumbnail, not just a sketch of you! Course all are I suppose is do it when and how you want to. I feel a bit dismayed that I havent finished much of what I've started but guess that doesnt mean I wont finish it sometimes. Towards the end its puttering anyway.