Friday, October 17, 2008

glass bottle

Study of a glass bottle in my watercolor Moleskine. I made this study for a sketchbook class I was teaching this past summer. (Unfortunately, not all of the values were picked up on my rickety little tabletop scanner.)

11 comments:

Joan Y said...

Ooooo, nice Kate! I can't wait to see more out of your watercolor moleskine! How do you like the paper?

Kate said...

Really nice Joan. It takes the watercolor very well and does not wrinkle up....thanks.

Joan Y said...

I was just looking at the large version and relishing the washes. I thought it was monochromatic at first, but it's not really at all! That is what makes this so brilliant!

Joelle said...

I LOVE this one!! and the colors. Love the Golden eggs too!
your are brilliant!
Best Wishes ~
Joelle XO

Connie said...

This is wonderful already, but I can appreciate how frustrating it is when your scanned image doesn't do the original justice; it must be fantastic.

Jack Foster said...

Hey Kate! This is great! I love the colors! Very nice!!

Shirley said...

Gorgeous illustration, Kathleen!

mindfuldrawing.com said...

Very nice.
Watercolour is the right choice for glass, isn't it?
Paula

mindfuldrawing.com said...

Very nice.
Watercolour is the right choice for glass, isn't it?
Paula

Juan said...

Wonderful piece Kate!!!

Coreopsis said...

It's still a lovely painting. You've handled the simplicity beautifully.