This is on Yupo paper.
old nearly apple tree watercolor on paper by CheyAnne Sexton
Well in January 1st and I’m going for Leslie Saeta’s 30 paintings in 30 days again. Last year I completed 16 paintings and I hope to create and finish even more this year.
I’m a day late and a dollar blessed for Leslie Saeta’s 30 in 30 / 30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge . (to sign up and join the rest of us).
Life is great and I’m painting what brings me Joi. I don’t have a finished piece, but I am a work in progress, it’s just that my progress is slow right now and that’s ok by me.
I am having so much fun. I really want to concentrate to get this little Chuparosa like I see her in the image I captured of this sweet little thing, So light and magical, all glowing in the pink and orange reflections from the morning light just rising over the mountains and touching the tips of these incredible flowers. It’s been a long time since I really got into little bitty details, but it’s cool and very meditative.
This next image is so intriguing to me, what do you think?
Looking at a piece upside down can really give you a different perspective and for me a way to see if I’m on track.
Hope you are enjoying the trip
peace n abundance,
Here is Leslie’s Blog to catch up on what’s going on and check out all the incredible art being uploaded everyday, fresh of the pallets of pretty fine artists.
Really trying to make the deadline for the 30 in 30 painting challenge put on by Leslie Saeta. I did this challenge back in January of 2015 and loved it. I created 18 finished paintings and 4 works in progress.
So here it is September 2, 2015 and I’m sharing not a finished piece but one I have started in August and am still working on.
The previous post shared my start of this painting and this is where I took off the misket to reveal the little hummer that is about to get all of her shadings to bring her to life.