28 Jun 2013

Barns


Following on from my previous post, with the farmyard, I've done some small 5" x 7" paintings.

The first two are with watercolour and ink...







and this final one with just watercolour..




I might turn these into cards of some sort, 

now there's another project to get my teeth into!


I am today Linking

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HAVE  A REALLY GOOD WEEKEND EVERYONE












55 comments:

  1. Love them! Cards would be great!

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  2. all 3 renditions are charming!

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  3. Beautiful! These look like loose watercolours, right?

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    1. Yes they are Christine, I prefer loose work if I can achieve it :)

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  4. Lovely, adore your brush work! <3

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  5. Beautiful work. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Beautiful work, great technique! Valerie

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  7. Charming. They would make lovely cards

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    1. Thanks CJ, I'm definitely going to make some cards :)

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  8. Beautiful watercolors. HPPF!

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  9. Really nice Ann, love doorways, openings and closings...Happy PPF xox

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    1. Yes, so do I Corrine, I just have to sketch them when I see them :)

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  10. Beautiful sketches. So different than the typical American red barnI I especially love the last one. They would make lovely cards.

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    1. They are different Debbie, although I absolutely Love the American red barns :)

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  11. Lovely paintings. I like the idea of no lines, just watercolor.

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  12. Beautiful, light and airy watercolors, Ann.

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  13. Hi Ann. Yes they would be lovely cards. Love the softness of it all. Nicely done. Happy PPF!

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    1. Nice of you to say Gloria, cards they will be :)

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  14. This may be a duplicate ~ Love your 'zen' like watercolors ~ So beautiful! ~ Happy Day to you ^_^

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  15. Love your brush work, and yes they would make great cards.

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  16. Wonderful. I love this style.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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    1. Welcome Nicole and thanks so much for stopping by.

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  17. I never used ink, but I really like the combination with watercolor, beautiful works Ann . You too have a nice weekend.

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  18. I like them all. Would be fun cards. HPPF even tho I didn't post this week. To much other stuff going on.

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  19. You really got inspired by the barns. Nice!!

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  20. I just love these! They're so atmospheric. Nice cozy size too!

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  21. I like the addition of the ink. Makes it look nice and ‘crisp’. Just my HO. They would make brilliant cards! :)

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  22. I so love your loose style with pen accent lines, Ann!

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  23. Many Thanks Jane, Cris, Joan, Alicia, Robin and minnemie - so nice of you all to stop by and say how much you enjoyed seeing these drawings...and yes, I will be making them into cards, the majority have voted, lol :)

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  24. your watercolour and ink paintings a beautifully done. I love the loose style and subtle colours

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  25. What beautiful these paintings Ann!!!

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    1. Thank you so much Eva, glad you stopped by :)

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  26. Wonderful images! I really like the only water colour best. All great work :-)
    Happy PPF
    Ilona xx

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    1. Thanks so much Ilona - nice of you to say :)

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  27. Such beautiful paintings they will make beautiful cards! Hope you had a great weekend x

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  28. These are just lovely and would make splendid cards. Hugs Mrs A.

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    1. Thanks Mrs. A. (wondering what part of Hants you are in...we used to live there).

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  29. Really lovely! Much prefer this medium to oils.
    No...we're off to Norfolk this time!

    Bellaboo

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    1. Thanks Bellaboo. Aww, Norfolk that sounds lovely, lots of towns and villages to visit. Have a lovely time.

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  30. Beautifully painted - my favourite is the second:)

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  31. Such wonderful artwork!!! I think what first drew me in was your picture - now I know you are not a horse but I sure do love that sketch!!
    sandy

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