Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Watercolour painting class


Today was the second day of my painting class with Lorraine Lewitzka in Victor, this is Second Valley, along the coast from here.
I was really pleased with the way it has come out, even tho I had no idea how to go about it at the beginning of the class but with some suggestions as to how I should go about it, and the odd happy mistake it has come together far better than I thought it would.
I love the cliff and hill lines along here, they are so geometrical.
Now to remember how I put it all together for the next one!

17 comments:

melissa w said...

I love the color palette you've chosen.

Lin said...

Oh Penny! This is truly magnificent!!!! I join you in being absolutely estatic about it!!

Teri C said...

Penny, it is FABULOUS! Frame it and hang it!

Sioux said...

Penny, you should be pleased. It's lovely.

Bonny said...

Penny, you have really outdone yourself with this one! Wow!!! I agree, I think you should frame it. Beautiful work.

Gail P. said...

I too think you should frame this
one! Beautiful! (I'm keeping up with you through your blogs. Gail from ExpressionVillage)

Sue said...

Frame it, frame it.. The chant begins.
How beautiful this painting is!

Penny said...

Thank you all for your comments. From here on in all will be down hill!
Hi Gail, I am reading my posts!

Penny said...

Penny, this is really lovely! I am envious! I like the subtle colors and lines! -- The "other" Penny

Alison said...

Very well done - lovely shapes and composition

Lindsay said...

beautiful painting.

Ujwala said...

the watercolor looks gorgeous and i second teri c, you should frame and hang it.

Robyn said...

Very well done, Penny. When is your first exhibition?

Shelly McC said...

Lovely work on this painting.

AnastasiaC said...

this is beautiful - I hope you had a great time at the class!

Penny said...

Again thank you all, it is so great to have comments, but exhibition? I dont think so.

Tony F said...

Another terrific watercolour Penny. How clever. Don't ever stop painting!