Saturday, April 09, 2011

Painting Garden Onions

Using a reference photo taken by Scitzo from the Wet Canvas Reference Image Library, this painting was started this morning.  Painting on a half sheet, 15 1/2" x 22 1/2" Twinrocker watercolor paper, the colors used so far are Quin. Burnt Orange, Raw Sienna, Azo Yellow, Viridian, Fr. Ultramarine Blue,

5 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

Those are going to be HUGE onions. They are looking interesting already.

Christiane Kingsley said...

I really like the composition and the colors that you have used.

Nora Mackin said...

I like the colors too that you're using Ann in the onions. Looking good so far.

Crystal Cook said...

It's going to be wonderful Ann! I love how I already see so many interesting and varied colors in your washes. That's something that I really admire about your work, and it's not an easy thing to do. Can't wait to see the big finish!

And I hope it's ok that I mention it here, but I just really wanted you to know how much I appreciate your kind comments when you stop by my blog. You're a good friend Ann. :) Have a great rest of your weekend!

Ann Buckner said...

Kathryn, I hope I can keep them interesting. :D Thanks for looking and your comment.

Christiane, thank you.

Nora, glad you like the colors too.

Crystal, thank you. It is always a pleasure to read your blog and view your work. As you can tell I love the way you paint.