Posts Tagged ‘distance’
Friday, December 4th, 2015
Misty hills ascend into the distance, where a single gold light shines out of a structure atop the farthest reaches.
The night descends in beautiful teal, just a few stars starting to peek out through the twilight.
What draws your imagination out wandering?
Distance 2, 4″x6″ ink wash on watercolor paper.
Above, you can see the detailed texture of ink and paper, and the tiny pinpoint of golden light beckoning you to the summit. Below, the piece is in a frame like the view out of a tall window, waiting to bring some peace to your hectic desk.
Friday, June 6th, 2014
Two paintings of crows this month, what is this world coming to? Obviously, I’ve had my blinds open to watch the birds outside my window. Pod appreciates this very much, though he doesn’t seem to understand that he’d be very sad if he actually could try to leap and catch one.
This time the crow and branches are sketched in with pen and ink, while the sunlit mist and distant castle are watercolor. It reminds me of the opening scene of some fairytale, an establishing shot waiting for us to swoop over the dead, misty forests and up to one of the towers to see who’s hiding in the castle.
Distance, 6″x4″ pen & ink and watercolor on Fluid watercolor paper.
Above, you can see the crow and the mist-shrouded, distant castle, bracketed by dark, dead branches. Below, you can see the painting, sun-washed and petite next to my phone.