Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Destination

This one moved along quite quickly.
I will probably try this again with some different
colors.  Just trying to loosen up a bit and without
much thought.  Tomorrow a little more thought.

8 comments:

loriann said...

WOW, these are so loose! You are on a serious roll. You seem to be enjoying your time at the easel now.Yay!
The clouds in this one are very enticing and the land mass is is an example of the glory of watercolor.Bravo!

Liz said...

Oh Doug! I like this one even better than the last ones!

Double "D" said...

Thanks B,
Yeah, they feel good. They're headed some where although the destination is unsure at this moment. It feels good just to be painting again and staying away from the details. I'm not really giving much thought to values and just letting whatever happens, happen.
I'm also letting the medium control the final outcome as apposed to me dictating the end results.
Taking a lot of these cue's from you.

pb


Hi Liz,
Thanks so much, I really appreciate your excitment over these paintings. REally great to hear from you as well. One thing, after visiting your blog ... how do you dare go outside with all of the bears around?
Stay safe,
Doug

Liz said...
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Liz said...

Good to hear from you Doug! I stay safe by looking around before stepping outide and by photographing through my windows that are kept very clean by Dick! It's true he does windows! LOL!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

when I clicked this to enlarge I saw 'Flagstaff' and I thought, "I KNEW IT!!"
You are on a roll Doug. You've squelched illustrator man (poor guy)

TheChieftess said...

Love the colors in this one!!! There's a lot of movement and yet serenity...

Double "D" said...

Thanks Chieftess,

It's part of the search for something.