A few more Bluebird paintings and photos to share with you today.
Happy Sunday! 🙂
Bluebird watercolor 7×10 inch
Playing around with a splashy background and bright colors. I added some white highlights with a gel pen once the painting was dry. I like how that worked out.
Well, hello there! I love that sweet little face.
I was lucky to get a few more Bluebird photos in the backyard.
I noticed a few Bluebirds out back and I quickly grabbed my camera. I quietly stepped outside and snapped a few shots. There were a few males perched on the fence trying to impress a nearby female. I’m not sure how that worked out for the guys, but they certainly won me over with those bright blue feathers. ❤
This Bluebird was inspired by my photo above. I’m very happy with the bright blue I was able to achieve for the feathers. It’s not the same as in the photo, but that’s ok by me.
I hope you enjoy seeing my work and are inspired to create art and do something you love. Thank you for stopping by and following me on this creative journey.
A blue feather watercolor and a few photos at the lake.
Ahhhh, my happy place and my favorite shades of blue for you today.
A wet on wet watercolor painting…
Just a simple feather out of my imagination with lots of yummy blues. 🙂
At one point I really thought this painting was not going to work out but I kept on going. On the last wash I threw caution to the wind and really punched up the blue color. After it dried I was so happy that I did not fuss with it, that is usually where things go wrong for me.
This pair of Mallard ducks out for an evening swim just stole my heart.
The blue reflection from the paddle boat on shore was stunning.
Sunset views like this just take my breath away.
I couldn’t stay for long enjoying this view. The mosquitoes were out in force and tried to take my phone away and push me in the lake. 😉
The clouds reflecting on the lake were pretty amazing too. ❤
I am so blessed to be able to get away and enjoy this view at the lake from time to time.
Thank you for stopping by and following along. I hope you find time to create art and do something you love. Until next time, have a great week.
I’ve always had a special place in my heart for daisies or any flower that resembles a daisy. 🙂
A happy little flower that just makes me smile. I hope it makes you smile as well.
Pink Daisy – painted on 6 x 9 inch bee watercolor paper (painting #748)
I snapped a photo part way through the painting process. Adding more darks and a bright background really wakes up this painting.
I am a big fan of pink and green together so I decided to splash on a bright green background.
As I was gathering my thoughts for this post, I remembered a little pink daisy that I painted back in 2015. I was just getting started painting on a regular basis, this was painting number #19. ❤
It is important for me to keep moving forward but it feels good to look back and see how far I’ve come. I hope it also provides inspiration for others that might want to give watercolor painting a try.
Thank you for stopping by and following along. I hope you have a great week and find time to do something you love.
This little beauty visits the feeder often. I was pretty excited when he dropped by and I was able to snap a few photos of him.
I love those big eyes! It looks like he is checking out what’s for dinner.
I was inspired to paint my little backyard friend. I decided to keep things simple and just paint him perched on a branch. I added a fun splashy background to finish up the painting. I may have had a little too much fun with that background but oh well… 😉
Paper: 7×10 inch Arches watercolor block
Daniel Smith watercolor paint:
Cobalt blue, Ultramarine Blue, Quinacridone Burnt Orange, and Yellow Ochre
Additional details added with a .005 black micron pen and a white gel pen.
In this photo, it looks like he approves and will take his food to go. 🙂
Another happy fella at the backyard feeder.
Over time the tip of your brushes and pens can wear down. Be sure to replace those that have become worn.
I still get a little uptight when a few paintings in a row don’t work out as planned. I’ve found the best thing for me is to hang in there, loosen up, and keep on going. The important thing to remember is to enjoy the process and have fun.
Thank you for stopping by and following along. I hope you enjoy seeing my work and are inspired to create art and do something fun. Until next time, have a great week.