Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Hot, hot summer colours


Last week of Summer of Colours, I have really enjoyed the three weeks I could participate. It has been so inspiring to see all the takes on the colours. I'm still caught by charcoal and watercolours, this time with an hommage to a great artist. The first one to leave a comment with the artist name and painting will receive a small gift with some crafty goodies.


I used Winsor & Newton Cadmium Orange, Derwent Orange Chrome and  Spectrum Blue.

And a Stamplorations stencil for the waves, Liquitex matte medium and white acrylic colour pen, metallic blue Sakura pen, a dash of blue Liquid Pearls, black Uni Pin pens.

Lots of love and hugs
Maarit

33 comments:

  1. Another fun and wonderful piece Maarit, love your humour! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Maarit, I have really enjoyed seeing what you created for the SOC, too! This week's work of art is amazing!! Thank you for everything!! Hugs, Sharon

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  3. You gotta love your talent and imagination....Sorry it's coming to a close. This is very clever.

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  4. such an interesting piece
    really fun to consider
    i should know this
    is it salvador dali?

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    1. Yes, it's Salvador Dali's "Enchanted Beach with Three Fluid Graces".

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  5. i can feel the heat... happy ongoing summer for you!

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  6. .Very imaginative so interesting a spark for the brain.......Lis

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  7. Brilliant job with the colors and creative concept on this!! Way cool!! :)

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  8. oh this is a great job dear Maarit
    love the one you made and the color are awesome too
    beautiful creativity
    hugs, Monika

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  9. Oh this is a nice drawing and challenge as well.
    I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure it's from Salvador Dali, "Enchanted Beach with Three Fluid Graces".- eric

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  10. so very interesting and the colors do work for a hot summer scene. A painting with a question is always good - keeps people guessing. - take care

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  11. wonderfully imaginative art Maarit, but I have no clue as to the inspirational artist.

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  12. Gorgeous work with the SOC colors!
    hugs Susi

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  13. You are SOOOO artistic.
    xxx

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  14. Very imaginative art! But cannot identify the original artist. It does look like Dali.

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  15. Very imaginative art! But cannot identify the original artist. It does look like Dali.

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  16. You've used some of my very favorite materials to make something which is totally unique, Maarit!
    I love this! But then, I love surrealism too.
    :)

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  17. Hello Maarit, what gorgeous colours, is this your own drawing, fab if it is, love it, hugs Kate x

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  18. This is a great piece Maarit! I am afraid I have no idea who the wonderful artist is that you are paying hommage to, but I love what you have done with this week's colors lol! It has been fun playing with you. Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog! If you are feeling adventurous, you could always go back and create something with the first three weeks that you missed - we'd all love to see what you make! Hugs! Hope you can play next year!

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  19. Love the way you have used the colour palette and that you have me thinking. Very cool
    Mary

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  20. Really fun and lovely. Love the soft colours you've used.

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  21. Fab way of using the SOC colours. x

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  22. Reminds me about Salvador Dali - AWESOME card!

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  23. This is really interesting. I agree with the other blogger there is something Dali-ish about this. Very creative of you!

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  24. This is really interesting. I agree with the other blogger there is something Dali-ish about this. Very creative of you!

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  25. Amazing piece of art....you are so talented!

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  26. I love this so much Maarit.... beautiful in the watercolors and charcoal... gorgeous art..

    Jenny X

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  27. I just love how you've mixed the watercolors and charcoal for this piece. Wonderfully done!

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I love to read your comments :)

Warm hugs
Maarit