Friday, July 22, 2011

Watercolors from my mind

Three I painted a few days ago to limber up and to enjoy landscapes from my mind to palette and brush to paper. All are painted 140lb. cold press watercolor paper with a #20 round sable brush.

12 comments:

Dianne said...

I like those, they're beautiful. There is a harmony of color and a balance of shapes that really do almost say "landscape" and yet are abstract. (Sigh) when I do that I get mud.Time to take more classes!

meera said...

Beautiful mix of colors, values and shapes --I think you can call them 'mindscapes' :)

Also, thanks much for the w-i p photos in the last two posts --I love seeing how the final painting shapes up! Really like them both.

AutumnLeaves said...

Splashes of color!

Carol Blackburn said...

The first one could be on a tee shirt. Have fun with it!

RH Carpenter said...

I like these, especially the top one. You have a very creative mind :)

David Lobenberg said...

Dianne, The harmony of color on these is because I kept my choice of colors limited. I think that also reduces the mud factor.

David Lobenberg said...

Meera, Good description for these; Mindscapes. How come I didn't think of that!?!

David Lobenberg said...

Carol, Semi abstract landscape T shirts! There time has come!

David Lobenberg said...

Rhonda, Yes, I gravitate to the top one as well.

Elvi said...

Trovo i tuoi lavori fantastici, pieni di libertà e di colore. Elvi

David Lobenberg said...

Elvi, Grazie!

Terry Banderas said...

All of these are great. Love them.