Sunday, March 15, 2009

Thank you Holland...

For Rembrandt and tulips! This painting is watercolor on Yupo paper that is a synthetic blend with a slick surface. The watercolor stays on the top rather than settling into the paper. It's a trick to paint on it, but the effects are mesmerizing.

Here is Wet Tulips, original watercolor painting, 12" x 16", $40 on Ebay or my Etsy shop.

And thanks to PenguinandFish for showcasing my spring floral paintings on her blog. She is a very talented Etsy artisan creating unique plush animals. Take a look.


On a Whimsey said...

Love the tulips and the technique!

storybeader said...

great colors - both of you!

Audrey said...

I love the tulips! Spring is coming!!

Marionette said...

Those tulips are beautiful! Sounds like an interesting painting surface! I'm really enjoying your blog!

Aloha from Kauai,