Skip to main content

Day 31-Looking back at 30 days




This is a collage of the 30 paintings created by me during the month of January. I wish everyone a good weekend!

Comments

  1. Celia , your paintings look really fantastic put in a collage ! Wish you a nice weekend.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Jane, thank you for stopping by, I always appreciate your kind comments! Have an enjoyable week!

      Delete
  2. Well done Celia Your paintings look great!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Jules! Let's keep painting!

      Delete
  3. You have amassed a very impressive collection over the 30 days Celia!
    Beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Wow! You worked a lot Celia, and you certainly did a good work. Your painting look really very nice, I like the collage too. Have a good week end. Ciao.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Fabulous! I'd love to try this sometime - congratulations on a great collection of paintings, well done!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Congratulations Celia,
    you put together a stimulating, interesting and inspiring blog. I always look forward to admiring your work!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Sharon and Nuccio, your nice comments made my day!

      Delete
  7. Thank you Celia! Your watercolors are fabulous.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It is my pleasure Martha! Thank you for visiting my blog!

      Delete
  8. Hi! Your watercolors are great, wonderful use of color! I visited Rome last December and it was so beautiful! We have so many great memories from our trip....

    ReplyDelete
  9. OMG how did I miss all of this! I dont think I'm getting all your posts.
    A beautiful array of work!

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Sunflower

Sunflower watercolor on paper 8.5" x 11.5"/21.5 x 29 cm.

I couldn't resist buying this sunflower from the market the other day. It usually dies before I manage to finish painting it from life. It almost felt like it waited for me to finish: it started drooping only once I was done.


 my work in progress

A Rose Aglow

A Rose Aglow watercolor sketch on paper 18 x 26 cm

The rose in this painting is situated in front of my daughter's high school. As I was walking past it, the sun was hitting it in a way that made it seem it was glowing with a beautiful mix of yellows and pinks.  I recently purchased some paints from the Ecoline liquid watercolor line. I enjoyed playing here with the pleasant intensity they possess. With this type of liquid ink there is the possibility of degradation of its properties over time, I will keep it for sketching purposes only.



 work in progress

The Mending

The Mending watercolor on paper 20 x14 cm The inspiration for my painting is loosely based on a photo from an on-line art friend for our monthly art challenge. The tomato pin cushion brings back warm memories of my grandmother who always lovingly mended everything on demand for us. Basic sewing skills can be crucial to important relationships.