Sloucher, Day 23 of 30 paintings in 30 days.

SLOUCHER LOW RES

Here it is low resolution.

SLOUCHER IN LIGHT EMBOSSED

And with sunlight reflecting the watercolor with ground mica.

SLOUCHER EMBOSSED

And the real thing! Again inspired by my favorite artist Henri Rousseau. As we near the end of this challenge, I want to thank Leslie Saeta for encouraging us all to take on a painting a day.

This has been a great challenge and I had the opportunity to listen to Artists Helping Artists today. I am normally at work but this cold I have is a rough one. It was great to hear Leslie Saeta and Carrie Waller sharing their tips. When Carrie mentioned the golden Section I immediately thought of my husband’s work and the work of Harry Nadler from the late 1980’s.

This is an 8″ by 10″ Ink and Watercolor on  aqua board framed in a maple and black shadow box frame. It is for sale for $600.

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4 Responses to Sloucher, Day 23 of 30 paintings in 30 days.

  1. Kelley MacDonald

    I am so sorry you’re still feeling poorly! You work is flourishing regardless! I love listening to Leslie and Carrie, too.

  2. Andie

    I’m intrigued by the roots & branches on the character in the lower left…

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