Saturday, April 09, 2011

Painting Garden Onions

Using a reference photo taken by Scitzo from the Wet Canvas Reference Image Library, this painting was started this morning.  Painting on a half sheet, 15 1/2" x 22 1/2" Twinrocker watercolor paper, the colors used so far are Quin. Burnt Orange, Raw Sienna, Azo Yellow, Viridian, Fr. Ultramarine Blue,


Studio at the Farm said...

Those are going to be HUGE onions. They are looking interesting already.

Christiane Kingsley said...

I really like the composition and the colors that you have used. said...

I like the colors too that you're using Ann in the onions. Looking good so far.

Crystal Cook said...

It's going to be wonderful Ann! I love how I already see so many interesting and varied colors in your washes. That's something that I really admire about your work, and it's not an easy thing to do. Can't wait to see the big finish!

And I hope it's ok that I mention it here, but I just really wanted you to know how much I appreciate your kind comments when you stop by my blog. You're a good friend Ann. :) Have a great rest of your weekend!

Ann Buckner said...

Kathryn, I hope I can keep them interesting. :D Thanks for looking and your comment.

Christiane, thank you.

Nora, glad you like the colors too.

Crystal, thank you. It is always a pleasure to read your blog and view your work. As you can tell I love the way you paint.