Monday, May 14, 2012

Venice Windows Watercolour


Watercolour 27.5 x 18.5 cm

Since I've been in a bit of an artistic slump of late, I've been tidying my studio.  I found this watercolour, abandoned two years ago, so decided to finish it.  I hate wasting paper.

The painting is too big for my scanner and it's not great weather for photography.  But it's done now and I can move on.

Editor's Note: I've replaced the original photo I posted as the colour was too saturated.

14 comments:

Katherine Thomas said...

It's beautiful! That's a really good idea when you're feeling 'in a slump'... take out an older piece and polish it up. These windows are wonderful, with all the soft colors and detail. I also like the VEnice Door that popped up in the 'You May Also Like' section! It's awesome!

Robyn Sinclair said...

Thanks, Katherine for your kind words. I much prefer the Venice Door but I'm glad to have this one off my plate.

Alison Staite said...

Beaautiful Robyn ! Lovely colour work.

Anita said...

Absolutely love this, Robyn. Super detail. You should be very proud of this piece.

Joan T said...

Well done!!! I love the texture on the walls. Hope you are out of your slump so you can create more pieces like this. Ciao!

Bridget Hunter said...

I'm glad you went on to finish this. It's been well worth the effort.

Anns Art said...

What a great idea to bring out old works like this and finish them - and a great painting it is.

Sue Pownall said...

This is lovely. Glad you pulled it out and finished it.

JANE MINTER said...

lovely doors are wonderful too it's a subject i love robyn.

Shirley said...

Gorgeous! And 12 hours after I returned from Venice, I can still see and feel the fabulous textures and colors. We had an amazing apt. for a week and walked much of the City just loving the emotions.

Pat said...

Nice use of slump time, Robyn. Wonderful

Dan Kent said...

This is superb! I've been taking a stab at painting buildings lately, so I know!

quirkyartist said...

I love this Robyn. The colours are wonderful. I also like how you've zoomed in rather than do the whole building.

Desiree said...

Gorgeous!! Love everything about it!

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