Watercolor Wednesday

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Yes, you see a little white watercolor. Couldn’t help myself;)

 

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Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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  1. You have such ways with colours and brush strokes Elena !
    What a joyful flight seeking goose he is … what a world he must inhabit …. I think I would like it very much πŸ™‚

  2. What great energy and movement Elena, looks like the subject is coming right off the paper. Your painting looks like a beautiful color glass figurine – I think because of the lines and fluidity of the piece. One of my favorites!

  3. The way you blend your colors and the composition of your piece is very beautiful!:)

  4. Very nice painting, dear Elena! Gull hits the water? Chromatics is fantastic! I love it.
    I hope you have a wonderful day!
    Big hugs, much love, Ştefania! πŸ™‚

  5. OOO I like this! I always wondered if white is a place on the paper or canvas that was left blank. I wondered how this was accomplished. Do you really mean there is a way to paint white?!? Wow, I feel really vulnerable making this comment, but if I do not ask, I will never know!

    1. Not to worry! A good question. Well, in a transparent water, one tries to leave the white of the paper instead of using an opaque white. That said, it’s almost the opposite in opaque media such as oil and acrylic. Thanks Jess!

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