This page was great fun. Well, okay, they all are great fun! I walked out into our garden (okay, patio garden) and picked some of the plants showing signs of spring.
All of husb's rose bushes are full of buds.
Selecting subject matter for my sketchbook led me notice the tiny beautiful blooms of the sage.
I drew this on a book page (Italian book!) and then glued it on. I love the look of watercolor on text.
Such a beautiful page. I love your work!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful, as is everything i've seen you create! You continually inspire!ReplyDelete
I love the detailed watercolors, especially the ones on the book pages.ReplyDelete
we are seeing some signs of spring even way up north here.
So lovely and delicate! Your work is beautiful.ReplyDelete
These images are wonderful! I enjoy your work so much -- you have a distinct style, and your images are always so fresh. Just a joy ...ReplyDelete
Jane, after reading this post I tried your method of drawing and painting on text and came up with another idea. Have a look at my resulting blog post. Thanks for the idea trigger.ReplyDelete
As a new subscriber, I received your blog post in my e-mail box for the first time. I relate to your love of vegetation, these drawing are so inspiring. Beautiful choice of colors.
Jane, I recently began following your blog. I love these journal pages and hope you won't mind my trying some of these techniques on my own. After taking a watercoloring class years ago, I have fallen away from painting. What you're sharing on your blog has motivated me to pick up my paints, brushes and a simple pad to work in.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your lovely work, and for moving me to paint again.
I find your work so inspitational its making me paint again, I love the fact you can just do a doodle and it looks fantastic - now that is talent ! and I love the colour on your page too its really motivating me to get more colour in my house !ReplyDelete
Jane, I just subscribed to your list and received your blog post for the first time. I can relate to your love for plants and nature and thank you for your inspiring work and approach to sharing it online.ReplyDelete