Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Rowan Tree

I saw this beautiful rowan while visiting Leavenworth, a small town on the east side of Cascade Mountains. It was a warm September day and leaves had just barely started to turn colors. Gentle autumn sun showed through the clouds, making the place glow with a soft golden haze, so I decided that using wet-on-wet technique for my painting would be the best way to capture that enchanting light and atmosphere.


11 comments:

  1. Hi, Maria,
    Sooo beautiful work and it looks sooo tasty on the table.
    Cheers, wink,wink, Sadami

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  2. I love your control of watercolour, and your wonderful floral paintings. I don't like and can't really paint flowers very well, so I admire someone who can. This one is so softly blended. Beautiful.

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  3. MARIA, VERDADERAMENTE HAS CAPTURADO EL ENCANTO DEL SERBAL.
    Congratulations!!!
    Best wishes,
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  4. Thats so pretty! I admire the gentle softness of the colors. So beautiful, and yet so hard to achieve that pureness of color with watercolor. Very well done!

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  5. This painting sings Maria. Well done.

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  6. Hello Maria:) Such wonderful warm colors. Beautifully done!

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  7. Lovely effect, magical in feel... xx

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  9. You did it very well, and the atmosphere very nice work.
    Congrats.
    Greetings.

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  10. Thank you so much my friends! :)

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