3/21/10

Another Watercolor Painting on Canvas:

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"OLD ROCKY LEDGE ROAD" 18" x 24" x 3/4" Deep--ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR
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This one is a personal favorite. As many know, the longer one keeps a Painting the more fold of it you grow. . . which is exactly the case here. This Painting was never framed, and has never been displayed as for sale in a show, therefore each time I have thumbed through raw Paintings through the years, I would pause and look. Have grown very fond of this special piece, which is now mounted onto Gallery Wrap Canvas, and ready for sale. Good luck to any bidders on this truly special piece of my heart.

4 comments:

Vera Dennen said...

Have been getting questions about Varnish, so here is my answer. Do an isolation spray first so watercolor does not move when you varnish. I usually use a Matte acrylic, any brand as long as it's archival. Then at least two coats of Liquitex Satin Varnish, brushed on, which allows for that deep luminous finish. It's magic for bringing out colors.

Another Daydreamer said...

Interesting and good to know! I love the textures in the painting especially. :)

dellartist said...

A beautiful piece and fascinating technique! Thanks for sharing the information.

Moe Masters said...

I LOVE THIS SITE!!!
Seriously. AWEsome. ART!
You guys both just rock the Kasbah.
Never stop and as soon as I have bank, I'll trade you some for a painting!!!!
Love it!