Saturday, March 10, 2012

Another Spring

Another Spring
watercolor on 140lb Kilimanjaro cp
7 x 9 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky
 
Another watercolor from a view of a marsh at Edisto Island, South Carolina. I am enjoying the immediacy of these paintings. And having fun watching what the paint will do and how the colors interact. My references are my spring board, my jumping off place. After that, I try to let the painting tell me what it wants, and go with that.

15 comments:

Molly said...

Gorgeous spring! You've captured the low country beautifully!

Pam Johnson Brickell said...

A beauty, Ann. It's looking like this now. Every tree is popping. The surprise is how green the spartina is - a whole lot earlier than normal.

Ineke Pluim-Perquin Netherlands said...

Prachtige kleuren! Zo zonnig!!!!!

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Anne - Love your colors - Your landscape painting is truly beautiful

bettyfromtexas said...

I love spring through your eyes!!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

very nice and bright :D

debra morris said...

Lovely Ann brightened my day, on a cold, grey rainy day here

kazumiwannabe said...

Oh, those gorgeous colors! I guess we all need light and sun right now, your beautiful painting is a real treat that way!

CrimsonLeaves said...

Definitely spring with those gorgeous colors and remnants of the dead stalks still standing from autumn. Beautiful, Ann!

Cathy Holtom said...

Lovely spring light!

Nicky said...

nice watercolor ,Ann.I like the pink you used for the ground.it feels so gentle and smooth.

nanke's stuff said...

This is so pretty! I love the colors, and the sky is so lovely! Welcome, Spring!! nancy

Alex said...

Simply beautiful! I want to say it looks like digital drawing... or more like digital drawings are trying to look like this. ^^

raena said...

Beautiful, Ann! I think you're on the right track with letting the painting tell you which way to go because this is wonderful, and I love the Spring Marsh you did too!

Exam Notes said...

Beautifully describe the every color of spring through this painting.

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