Japanese Chrysanthemum: Continuing an Unfinished Artwork.
More than a year ago, I found a lovely specimen of Japanese chrysanthemum. I made the sketch and painted most part of the flowers. I stopped working on it when I had too many things to do between our moving back from the UK to Indonesia and my pregnancy. Last week, I decided to finish this unfinished work. And these are some little insights during the process. I found that the paper's characteristics somewhat changed. It was more absorbent and its surface was not as robust as I remembered. I…
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A watercolour specialitst, always pursuing the beautiful balance between the freshness of the medium and the realistic potrayal of subjects. Delivering botanical art and watercolour to a wider audience, she collaborates with various clients around the world on a range of media from publications, advertising and promotional materials, packaging, textiles, interior design, and more. Professionally she brings up her work to meet the clients’ creative brief of various daily stuffs.
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Painting nature is my meditation, and capturing it beauty mirrors my pursuit of calmness, serenity and peace in my daily life. Spontaneity, simplicity and boldness constitute my style. I want to continue to explore nature and capture its beauty in the most direct and uncomplicated way.
[WIP] Japanese Chrysanthemum
Taking longer time than I thought before. I've already started painting the Japanese Chrysanthemum in my spare time for these 2 -3 days and seem it won't be finished soon. The red mixes were Permanent Rose, Opera Rose, Quinacridone Red, Cadmium Yellow Pale and a lil amount of French Ultramarine. Previous post: The Sketch
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Pomegranate Collage Demonstration
I love the feeling of being in the middle of a painting and things are spread out all around my studio...I am in my element! The business of being creative gets messy sometimes. I like creative chaos. I just finished a stained paper collage. I thought it would be fun to share the collage process in its stages. I stain/paint a lot of papers with watercolor. This takes time so I usually set aside a day to do this. I stain the paper with primary, secondary colors and neutrals. I line the floor…