Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Wig Window


I have been pretty busy with classes and doing demos and have not had anything to put up that I would like to share... That is till today, when I finally sat down to do the DSFDF challenge. I kept putting it off, not sure how to handle it, played with acrylic but in the end went back to watercolors and had fun! I would love to do this one more time to work a few bugs out, but tomorrow Karin will post a new challenge and it is time to put these last few weeks away. Just waiting for spring...

11 comments:

dominique eichi said...

wow your renditions really shows the windows. what a great job you did. Thanks for stopping by my place.

Vern Schwarz said...

Maria, this is a wonderful painting. You gave it that upscale, downtown, boutique style window look and feel. Very rich looking!

maria said...

Thank you Dominique and Vern. This is a painting I never would have thought of doing if not for DSFDF. It was fun.

r garriott said...

I envy how quickly you set this down on paper! The implied reflections really give it a feeling of being behind glass.

Diane Morgan said...

Hi Maria, love what you did with the wig window. Yes, we watercolor artists gotta stick together...watercolor rules!

DEB said...

This turned out great! I like the natural color pallette you chose for this one!

David Larson Evans said...

Love that tackled the glass and did a great job, I bypassed it myself/

David Larson Evans said...

Love that you tackled the glass and did a great job, I bypassed it myself/

Cathyann said...

What a lovely watercolor, Maria; especially the glass and I like your crop.

Erika Nelson said...

Very nice you captured the store window feel and it's not cluttered!

Dean H. said...

Well done, Maria! The overlying glass reflections are great!