Wednesday, March 04, 2009

ATCs

Awhile back Sharon sent me a pack of ATCs (artist trading cards) with assorted surfaces, like bristol and canvas-textured, which is especially nice as I like to try different surfaces. I decided to paint a different flower on each one and started today with these.


(2.5x3.5 each)

An ice sculpture hanging from my bayberry bush (and endangering anyone who ventures up my front steps).


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11 comments:

Barbara M. said...

Hi Laura,

Okay -- I'm not coming up your front steps today -- but the flowers are gorgeous. I love the way you paint in watercolour -- it's everything I love about the medium. (We spell it differently in Canada).

Take care,

Barbara

RHCarpenter said...

Beautiful flowers - looking forward to seeing the others on the different textures. That's quite a scary ice sculpture!!!

Sharon said...

These are gorgeous Laura. Glad you are putting the cards to use, and what a great antidote to those icicles! The poppy turned out especially sweet. Really, your daily artwork inspires me.

Watercolorist said...

Really nice. Always love your flower watercolors.

purplepaint said...

Laura - your paintings are beautiful!!! So glad to meet you and I'll stop back by again. Marva

Ruth S Harris said...

They're wonderful! I love the simplicity with no backgrounds, letting the flowers speak for themselves!

nAncY said...

wow, they are really small!

i am partial to poppies.

do you trade these? i don't know how that works.
maybe i should google it.

Bill Evertson said...

Always fun to experiment with different papers, its like they have personalities rather than characteristics.

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Love the ATCs.. beautiful colors.
Yikes that is a wicked icicle. :))

Sherry said...

You've painted a spring tonic, Jennifer! I'm squeezing my eyes shut, stuffing my fingers in my ears and singing loudly to not see or think about icicles!

A Brush with Color said...

Amazing--that ice is gorgeous--how wonderful you captured it with this photo! The flowers are, indeed gorgeous.

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