WATERCOLOR, WATERCOLOR.: 2009 continued.

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Painting and creating art has always been a huge part of my life. From a young child with pads of typing paper to the present ... an older experienced dude with pads of watercolor paper. My entire work life was as a commercial artist at all levels of the pecking order. I was born and partially raised on a farm and a small town. Midwest roots except the winters seem to be colder these days. I'm a family guy with kids and grandkids. Unfortunately I can be quite the procrastinator. Retirement does have it's drawbacks, but I can live with that one. Thanks for stopping by and showing interest in my blog.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Older Painting Deserves a Look.

It's been several years since this painting was done.  It 
has a little more flow than most of my paintings.  This
style needs to be a possibility for the future.


Rain said...

Hi, Thanks for visiting my blog. This is a wonderful painting. I like the reflections in the water. It's a painting I would enjoy looking at over and over again and finding new things I had missed each time.

Double "D" said...

Thanks Rain, for the wonderful comments and for visiting again. It's gratifying to have someone new coming to my blog. I really appreciate people like you.

Evil Pixie said...

Fantastic painting, Double "D". I love the composition and how you played with the light. Well done.

Ajay Patil said...

superb use of wet in wet flows

Michael Bailey said...

This is how watercolor should look, wet. It has, to me, the feel of the traditional watercolorists like Zoltan Szabo or John Pike, both remarkable watercolorists, and I don't hesitate putting this painting in that kind of category. Really wonderful painting.

Double "D" said...

I'm honored Michael. I appreciate your thoughtful remarks. Just glad you like it. That's what matters to me.