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Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Marvel by Amy Crook, an abstract representation of Captain Marvel's logo because reasons

Marvel, 8″x10″ watercolor on paper

After the success of Thirteen, a lovely patron suggested that Captain Marvel’s uniform might do well with the same treatment, and I couldn’t help but agree.

Dark red and navy blue hide under the soft pattering rain of brighter colors, giving depth to the fields of rich color. Bright metallic golds layer over softer burnt orange in a familiar pattern, a bit less abstract than the Doctor’s sweater but still with that feeling of calling up an idea as much as a character or film.

What do you marvel at, my darling readers?

Marvel, detail, by Amy Crook

Marvel, detail, by Amy Crook

Aboe, you can see the shimmering two-tone gold and the richly textured mix of watercolors. below, the painting is in a frame for the moment, waiting to fly to its new home.

Marvel, framed art by Amy Crook

Marvel, framed art by Amy Crook

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