Above are the two paintings of eye,I made today. Let me know which one looks better..☺
I love watercolour and flowers too. I tried painting flowers in watercolor few times earlier and this time what I’ve made looks much better so I decided to share it . For inspiration I used ,” drawing made easy ” a book from Navneet publications.
Here’s what I’ve made…
I’m Koosje Koene and I live in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where I was born and raised (Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest!). I am an artist, an illustrator and an art teacher – not in that particular order. I am obsessed with drawing and share my work on my website, I blog about art and the process of making art, and I teach online courses. I am also the co-founder of Sketchbook Skool, which offers video based online courses and a fantastic community of artists from all around the globe, of all levels and skills.
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While traveling around the world, it is possible to notice one thing – none of the doors are the same. Sometimes extraordinary, outstanding and mysterious doors often are perceived as an opportunity to get into some kind of magical world. Young artist Viktoria Kravchenko draw watercolours of doors worldwide and reminds that doors can also be artwork.
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Valerie Ann Chua – painter from the Philippines has already collaborated with the biggest : Keds, Clinique, Lenovo, Christian Louboutin, and has already shown her artin New York and in Asia. Her watercolors, as well as her oils, honoring the feminine forms and its beauty. She explains that “Humanity’s constant strife for beauty and deification becomes a stifling problem”, so she explores the woman on the side of “grace in dehumanization” by staging them among the flora and fauna.