Sunday, May 4, 2014

Sunday Watercolors - A winter scene

Hi!
Time for my Sunday Watercolor post. Today I'm back in my Comfort zone - landscapes (-:
I made a fast winter scene with some trees. The part I'm happiest about in this painting though,  is the background - I really liked how the clouds turned out - I tried a new mix for making Clouds that I thought was really nice: Burnt Sienna and French Ultramarine.



Now I am off to prepare tomorrow's Lawnscaping post .Have a nice Sunday, hugs, Karin

15 comments:

patscrap91 said...

Your such a talentuous painter !

Barb said...

Amazing, Karin! Such talent! Now I want to see a springtime painting - no more winter! ;)

Lin said...

I so enjoy your weekly watercolor posts, Karin! Keep 'em coming! This is beautiful!

Annette Allen said...

wow totally stunning Karin.. Love seeing your art..

Dotty Jo x said...

Be happy about all of your painting Karin - its amazing! Jo x

Sarah Gray said...

This is gorgeous, Karin - what a wonderful talent!

Ellen Bornstein said...

so enjoying your beautiful watercolor posts. Lovely!

Lisa said...

GORGEOUS Karin, your sky is amazing!!

JanLee said...

This gorgeous! Love it.

Nancy K said...

oh my stars, that is awesome! such amazing talent. i clearly need to study your water color technique! beautiful landscape, Karin!

snowbear said...

Beautiful!

Angela Fehr said...

I think what makes your watercolours so lovely, Karin, is your hand with the brush - your brushstrokes are never clumsy or awkward.
My personal colour combo favourite (for skies) is Burnt Umber/Cobalt Blue - very much the same! Fabulous gray tones.

Barb Ghig said...

WOW! I need to visit more often! This is absolutely GORGEOUS, Karin! I love how you created the sky and clouds, and how you created depth with your shadows! Such a stunning work of art!!!

Nicole Parmentier said...

Breath-taking beautiful!!!

Mary-Anne V said...

Wow i thought it was a photo at first. Amazing.