With the moon this big, no street lights are necessary! "Big MOON Light" reminds me of summer nights when I was a kid. Running around playing hide and seek with friends by moonlight. This little watercolor was created with Daniel Smith and M Graham watercolors and pen on 140# Fabriano CP watercolor paper. This original watercolor painting measures 2.5 in. x 3.5 in.
Currently FOR SALE HERE 'INCONSISTENT' is a mixed media work. It is the regulation ACEO size 2.5" x 3.5" and is presented on ultra-smooth white card. This design is an original pen and ink drawing with artist fine-line pen and professional artists' pencils and plenty of TLC! This piece has also been sprayed with a light fixative for protection and longevity.
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Watch the petals of irises sway, billow and gently gesture in the breeze. It's like watching a ballet: the dance of sweet spring air over translucent sheaths of brilliant color, orchestrated interplay of air, color, and light....
Irises may be my favorite flower, for their intricate, sculptural forms, whose graceful spatial relationships flourish in 3-D. I think they're much more interesting than tulips, for example, whose colors are just as beautiful but whose petals form a more symmetric and predictable, cup-like structure. As with the process when I paint, I enjoy variety and a few surprises!
The closer I move with my eye or my view through the camera, the more I see of the fantastic architecture of the flower kingdom.
What's your favorite flower?
This article is re-posted from "Peripheral Vision" at www.innersights.blogspot.com.