Here are my two latest finished pieces of original watercolour artwork:
‘Untitled’ Original Watercolour Painting 12″ x 9″ © Stacey-Ann Cole 2013
‘Summer’s Evening’ Original Watercolour Painting 11.7″ x 8.3″ © Stacey-Ann Cole 2013
Summer’s Evening took me quite a while to complete because I was trying to deal with the problem of the lady looking like she was floating above the ground. I came up with the idea of her standing on something but don’t ask me why I chose a toadstool as I’m not entirely sure. Maybe I thought it went with the slightly whimsical theme of the rest of the painting? But I think I got there in the end.
It did occur to me after finishing the toadstool that I could have added wings onto her and turned her into a fairy of some sort which could have explained the floating, right?
The first painting shown above was well within my comfort zone and didn’t really take me that long to complete. I enjoyed adding layers of paint and of course I enjoyed painting her afro hair!
These two paintings may be taken to my newest stockist Art In The Heart in Peterborough, but if not then look out for them to be added to my Etsy shop instead.
In the meantime, any ideas for a title of the first painting above? Figuring out titles for my work is not really one of my strong points…..Thanks in advance!
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Just wanted to let you all know that some new greeting cards and some new prints will be available in my Etsy shop very soon
Here are the cards:
As will all of my printed greeting cards, these will come with their own envelope and will be available as single cards or as a multipack.
And here are the prints:
These prints are approx. 6″ x 8″ and are printed on 200gsm watercolour paper using archival inks. The images are fade resistant for up to 200 years.
I’m wondering whether to offer them framed using a lighter, warmer wood effect frame or unframed. What do you think? For those of you who buy artwork, do you prefer them ready framed or do you prefer to buy your own frames?
Thank you for your help!
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