Lavender Evening, February 2, 2010

Lavender Evening

I’m posting one of my early works (1988), where I experimented with light prismacolor highlighting dark tree branches.  I was fascinated one winter evening as the sky turned lavender, the breezes stirred, and the air was filled with debris.  So I tried some splatter technique to fill the sky and atmosphere with that sensation.  I guess I can chalk this up to one of my early “mood” watercolor sketches, but the experiments would pay off in later works.

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4 Responses to “Lavender Evening, February 2, 2010”

  1. artbythepaintedbrush Says:

    This is really lovely, love the colours in it. Kind of ‘mystic’.

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  2. Francis Says:

    Nicely done. The colous suite the mood really well. I especially like the hidden moon behind those banches

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  3. David Tripp Says:

    Thanks, both of you. This was the first watercolor sketch to get me really excited over the possibilities of watercolor and colored pencil combined. Before that, I had kept those media strictly separate.

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  4. artbythepaintedbrush Says:

    I’ve never tried the two together, but certainly looks well worth the try.

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