March 1, 2008

Ranunculus
















I paint traditional a n d abstract watercolours almost every day now. It seems that my "traditionals" get more and more abstract and my "abstracts" more representational...

Ich male jetzt fast jeden Tag traditionelle u n d abstrakte Aquarelle. Die traditionellen werden mit der Zeit etwas abstrakter und die abstrakten etwas gegenständlicher...





9 comments:

Penhallow Street said...

The ranunculus is nicely defined, and yet very soft.

sukipoet said...

These are beautiful.

Found yr blog via Britt-Arnhild. Did you know she made you the "blog of the week?" Suki

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

As commented before, do so like your loose style and as for the colours adore them. These last two stunning.

Teri C said...

They are both beautiful! Your colors just sing.

Mary Richmond said...

love your watercolors!! Nice and fresh and clean....yum!

lila said...

Thank-you for sharing your lovely, joyful watercolors! I paint too, and your work makes me want to get my paper, paints and brushes out!

mARTa said...

This reminds me of something I read in my textbook from my figure class. Degas had a conflict with drawing very representational or more gestural. In the end he seemed to incorporate both forms to produce lovely figure drawings. I think you should continue your explorations here. Las dos pinturas me facinan!

ellie said...

These are lovely ! Interesting how your work is developing, it's beautiful and inspiring to look at your blog ! Take care, Ellie

Robyn said...

Proceed with confidence, Claudia, these are beautiful. Your choice of colour is wonderful and your flowers are gorgeous.