Wednesday, December 28, 2011

More Playing...

Providence, 5x7
WATERCOLOR  :D

Oh, I don't know how these watercolorists do it.  I USED to know, but the knowledge fell out of my head!  Today I spent a couple of hours in the studio working on my BIG Waterfire painting (in oil), then I took Tim, his Mom, sister Patti and our son Conor to lunch at the Providence Art Club.  We had a lot of laughs, and a very nice meal.
So you know I'm kind of officially taking the week 'off'.  But the minute I think I will be separated from my paints, that's the exact moment I NEED to paint.  My kids gave me a wonderful gift certificate to Utrecht, and I'm having visions of sugarplums (canvases, boards, paints, brushes, oh MY!) all day long!  
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7 comments:

  1. Une grande profondeur dans cette peinture... Et une belle nuance de bleu.
    Je vous souhaite un moment excellent avec vos nouveaux jouets artistiques!...
    Gros bisous

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  2. You still got it, Kelley, trust me! I like your version of sugarplums!!

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  3. I think you still know- this is lovely. Very soft and beautiful colors:) Sounds like you had a fun day and now need to head to Utrecht and stock up for the new year!!

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  4. What a great present from your kids ... I'm drooling, just thinking about your gift certificate! (I just got a new shipment of Gessobords and oil paints ... oh, the joy!)

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  5. Lovely...soft and etherial looking. Now to shop! What a treat! Can't wait to see what ELSE you have to show...

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  6. I am enjoying your dabbling in watercolor. A totally different bird. Beautiful color and as Maria said, "very etherial".
    It is hard to stay away from something you love so much. Painting is a part of you. Enjoy your family and.....Happy 2012!!

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  7. I'm really enjoying these watercolors...your doing a marvelous job! Great atmosphere in this one!

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