Friday, October 26, 2012

Mi Casa

Mi Casa es su Casa

From my sketchbook...
working on various brickwall patterns in watercolor.

What fun projects do you have planned for the weekend?

Enjoy yourself!

I am sharing this with Paint Party Friday.

37 comments:

Gloria said...

This is really beautiful! So soft and subtle, but says what needs to be said. Great colors.

duaa said...

Mm..this is quite interesting..really makes me reflect and think.Love the way you made the brick wall

Looks fantastic

Duaa

lynne said...

A beautiful fragility to this piece. This needs to come out of your sketchbook and be framed to be admired on a wall.
I absolutely love this.
Wishes
Lynne

Anns Art said...

What a great watercolour. Love how you have done the window without overworking it.

Marji {RainCityGirl} said...

I really love the subtle colors you used in this painting. Your brick work is marvelous. Happy PPF

Faye said...

I am amazed how a beautiful masterpiece can be made with only bricks and a window, Cynthia. Very clean. Very gorgeous.

Netty said...

Love the delicacy of your brickwork Cynnie. Happy PPF, Annette x

aimee said...

beautiful watercolor work! so mysterious and dreamy!

Jane said...

Lovely Cynnie, beautiful and free ! Take care.

Jessica Sporn said...

This is just beautiful. Happy PPF!

Mary C. Nasser said...

Gorgeous layers of patterns an almost indistinguishable text. Lovely!
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Evelyn S. said...

Mi casa is a mess....and I need to do some serious cleaning before my mother-in-law comes for dinner tomorrow night. ;-) As for "fun projects," I don't know if I have time for them on the weekend; I get more accomplished during the week. Have a great weekend, Cynnie!

Becca said...

I love this piece! Great composition. Staying home relaxing and enjoying the rain!

~*~Patty S said...

Your brick wall is wonderful Cynnie, especially like the text showing thru too!

I hope to play in my art journal and who knows what else...

have a lovely weekend
oxo

Tracey Fletcher King said...

that is lovely... and a great exercise... I am thinking I may need to do some brick paintings this week...xx

Giggles said...

Soft and beautiful. Lot of work here!!

Hugs Giggles

La Abela said...

A sketch? seems a good work as it is.
Saludos

Linda R said...

You sure do know how to use those watercolors my friend. This looks so pretty.

Hugs~

JANE MINTER said...

great sketch cynnie

Nina Bille said...

Beautiful aquarelle! The warm, pale red on the bricks creates at soft and cozy, home like atmosphere!

EVA said...

Lovely! You captured the bricks in an almost romantic way.

Rita said...

Very pretty! I love the delicate look and the soft brush strokes.

bohemiannie! art said...

Gorgeous, GORgeous!

wednesday said...

Oh, I love this! It makes me jealous.

Introverted Art said...

beautiful....

Maggie Latham said...

Love the texture in this.....

Shauna said...

Hi Cynthia, your art is fluid.
This piece reminds me of Paris.

Linda Brightwingsofsummer said...

lovely watercolours!

Judy said...

Love this, Cynnie! (nothing in the mail yet....) :)

Nora MacPhail said...

You have a wonderful delicate light touch which can only be done with watercolours. Lovely.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, I love it! Great character, composition and color!

Annabelle said...

Luv the look of old world charm in this composition .Lovely water colour work.

Happy Halloween
Annabelle ~^..^~ m^..^m

Janine said...

genau... es su casa, that is the only spanish I know ☺ but I love your painting, it is great!!!!!

Anneke said...

Love those peeks in your sketchbook. Beautiful!

Sylvia said...

I like the subtle rendering of your brickwork, Cynnie

Jerry said...

Wow I'm truly blow away by this it is such an interesting subjuct and so expertly and effectively painted. It makes me wonder what is the other side of the window in the same way as when you visit a castle and wonder what is behind the door marked 'private'!

Arianna said...

Me gusta mucho esto!! Chau, Arianna

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