Two Paintings – Variations on a Theme

This first painting is mostly watercolor (just red and blue and combinations of purple) with just a bit of detail done in gel pen. I didn’t start off intending that the sections look like pieces of patterned quilting-type fabric, but halfway through I realized that’s where it was going. In honor of that, I called it “Wrinkles in the Fabrics of Space-Time” *grin*

And the second painting… after the detail in the first piece, although I only used two colors of paint, I wanted to do a completely monochromatic version. When it was finished, I was quite satisfied with the look, but wasn’t sure what to call it. I tossed a few ideas for a title around, but John came up with “Pearl’s Eye View” (from inside the oyster), which was exactly right.

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One Response to Two Paintings – Variations on a Theme

  1. Darice says:

    I love the ‘Wrinkles’ painting…but I must admit it made me hungry. Looks like a bunch of converging picnic blankets to me. (Can you tell I’m ready for spring!?) 😉

    Beautiful as always!

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