Hello, Kira! :-)This is superb watercolor!I look exciting, and imagine the flower of southern trees! It reminds me of the times when I was in Crimea! And I saw similar bushes with flowers. However, they were only similar! And these seem fabulous. Very beautiful flowers and seems to hang over the water! Very beautiful!!!Я бы назвала эти цветы - Нежность, смотрящая в воду.I would call these flowers - Tenderness, looking into the water.:-)
Kira, this is great! How did you get clusters of round flower shapes? I have never seen anything like this - it looks like wisteria blossoms hanging down, or, maybe cherry tree blossoms. Great job! You should do more experiments!
oh my...it's beautiful!
Thank you all for your comments. Tiigra: I wish I could visit Crimea! My father was there and he told me it´s beautiful.Carolyn: I was trying to paint cherry tree blossoms. You saw my intentions. The salt makes the round shapes. I started to paint 3 more salty paintings yesterday. I will share them with you soon.Eileen: Thank you for your visit and welcome! I loved your blog about children stories, I think I can learn a lot from all your experiences.
Kira!!! Es bellisima!!! Los colores adorables!! (Si se puede decir eso de un color...)Nos vemos.Besitos
It reminds me of grapes hanging from vines, all warmed in the sun. :) Its lovely! :)
Me encanta, qué maravilla!Si yo dijera un título (de caradura que soy, claro, amí nadie me peguntó, ji ji) diría paseo en las profundidades del mar. Por qué no contás cómo es la técnica, o mostrás fotos de los distintos pasos de la obra, por favor...Me cuesta imaginarme cómo es esto de la acuarela y la sal.Besitosssssss
This is so dreamy! Looks like blossoming Wisteria over a pool of water. I just came across a photo of pink ones on Flickr and I had never seen Wisteria before. These remind me of them. This piece by you is wonderfully dreamy!
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