Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Summer of Colour Week One

Yes! I am joining in yet another challenge 'Summer of Colour'. Click on the SOC button in the side-bar and read all about it.

The colour prompt for this week is aqua blue, yellow and a pop of hot pink. This is my take on the theme.


I had to crop this image because the bottom half just didn't work out. I put houses in the background so I could keep in with the theme over at Mix it Monthly and Art Journal Journey but realised that it is to much like the previous painting. All in all this hasn't been a very satisfying project but I didn't feel it was bad enough to throw in the bin so I decided to share it anyway.

See you tomorrow with WOYWW. x

26 comments:

  1. So gorgeous...such a charming soul..love the softness of this piece..stunning work! Beautiful for SOC!
    Victoria

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  2. beautiful work, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. it's a charming painting and I can't understand why you don't want to bring it to the HOUSES & Homes Challenges?!
    Do it please!

    Don't be so strict with Fuzzie Fingers.. she made it beautiful in my mind!
    ♥♥♥
    Susi

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  4. I love it. Very sweet. Love the little houses.
    gloria

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  5. Great project, glad you didn't throw it away.

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  6. Love how you gave the cute girl a pink heart. sweet!

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  7. Your girl is lovely in her SOC colours and with her serious face. The houses in the background give good depth.

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  8. I'm glad you didn't toss it in the bin! She so cute! ♥♥♥

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  9. I think you are a bit of a perfectionist Fuzzie, I love her soft features, great take on the challenge colours.

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  11. I am so happy that you didn't bin it Carol, it is delightful and who cares if it has similarities to a previous painting, it's beautiful!! I would be SO proud to produce something like this.
    Thank you for your lovely comment on my effort. Onwards & upwards ((hugs))

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  12. This is very nice and I am glad you shared it! The row of houses is really cute.

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  13. I crop a lot of my watercolor paintings. It drives my teacher crazy. But I sell ACEOs and sometimes 6 of those are better than one bigger one that I don't like. The contrast between the color of the figure and the neutral gray of the houses tells some kind of story, especially with the pink heart. Like abstract, you leave it up to the viewer to tell the tale.

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  14. Oooooh! I love her! Your painting is absolutely gorgeous and a wonderful way to use the SOC colors!

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  15. I adore this painting-so sweet , and a great way to combine several challenges!

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  16. Oh! I love love love love love her!!!
    HuGGs!
    Debi

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  17. I agree with Penny Stewart when she says this tells a story. The softness of her face and that expression, kind of knowing... along with the background grey houses.... this could be an illustration in a book. It's lovely!

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  18. It is beautiful and I too love the background. Glad you never trashed it.

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