I agree Laura, the green tinged shadows, better, ( lets not forget red/green.) Thats why it works better.. but hey, the first is no slouch either.!!! Will tell you sometime of my days in Beach Haven NJ (yes, the 'shore' I know it well.
This makes me hungry for a piece of fruit, and I don't even like fruit! :) Great job!
Me too on the green shadows, which somehow bring to mind Andrew Marvell's "marvellous[!]": "...Annihilating all that's made/To a green thought in a green shade."On the other--more prosaic--hand, much as we may all love Renoir, SOME Upper West Siders might say, "Renoir, SHMENoir!" because we prefer yours!
It really is beautiful with those translucent greens--really a pleasing piece, Laura! I like all of these. You're really good about your practice with a single subject several times.
I love the translucent quality of your watercolours Laura ... these are just luscious
Beautiful translucent looking fruit Laura, the greenish shadows do make them glow - it's a wonderful demonstration of complementary colours doing their job!
Beautiful vibrant colors, Laura. What brand of paints are you using?
beautiful Laura, the colors, the warmth, I love it. Diana
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