Something a little different
Afew days ago, I viewed a blog which showed a young persons painting. Following my comments on the blog, it was suggested I show some of my paintings.
That is the reason I titled this blog; Not for the purists because whilst these are photograph, they are in fact photos of paintings. Please, if you wish, take a look and feel free to comment. Thet are either Acrylic or Watercolour paintings. Jean
Tiger painted in watercolour.
Watercolour archway with steps leading to; anywhere your imagination takes you. A copy of the original below.
This one was painted in acrylic for my sister.
A watercolour which was my interpretation of a picture I had seen in a magazine.
Black and white version.
I had wanted to photograph puffins for as long as I could remember. However there Aberdeen is not a place to see them so I painted one instead. This is a watercolour and metalic work.
This is the watercolour that prompted this blog.
Another watercolour painted as a christmas present for a friend a couple of years ago.
Acrylic picture from my imagination for a friend who has yet still to hang it in his flat.
I used to work as a care in mental health. Due to my interest in art I tried to get them involved. However I ended up doing the painting for them as they requested pictures painted on their coffee tables.
My then manager, asked me to paint pictures on some of the other tables in the home. Happy to oblige
I did two tables in the TV lounge, this one and one with yellow roses on.
One of my favorites. A firend I worked with collarded this one.
A very special lady in the home was a great tea drinker, so it was no surprise when she asked me to paint this on her table.
The watercolour on the left was one of my very first paintings. The other was painted many years later.
This picture was claimed by my sister who had it framed. The camera flash appeared right in the exact place of the reflection in the picture.
A quartet of early watercolours.
This was an acrylic picture of a woodland scene. I later cut out and stuck on various woodland creatures and items, including, a deer, toadstools, fairies rabbits, etc. Made for quite an enchanting finished picture. Sadly not easerly seen here.
A quartet of acrylics. The two on the right where taken to Canada by a friend.
I later tried my had a painting mountains and animals. Rather proud of my lion (sin) LOL.
An imaginary landscape in acrylic.
An unfinished acrylic.
My first attempt at potrait painting. My friend declined it saying he looked to young in it. Can you imagine us girls saying that. I don't think so.
The Majorca picture enlarged.
Finally, the one picture I won't let go of. Probably because it took me several weeks to paint.
Almost all of my paintings have been given away, but not this one.
I hope you have enjoyed a look around my personal art gallery. Thanks for stopping by.
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