First of all its a stunning painting - it reminds me of illuminated manuscripts and Alice in Wonderland, which is probably because of earnest conversations with cats. Second, thankyou for sharing the progress - it was fascinating to see how you work, and I would not have thought this was watercolour!
The progressive demonstration is pretty cool--thanks for sharing your process. That takes guts-- I'd never be willing to share my artwork before it's finished. And I can definitely feel you on there being a point of panic in most pieces--an "oh dear, this is just terrible" moment that you have to work through. This is BEAUTIFUL, by the way!
I hope I'm not repeating myself, my last comment seemed to disappear! I just wanted to say that I think this is stunning and I really enjoyed reading about your process. Thanks so much for sharing it.x
Your paintings and drawings are out of this world. amazing.
Absolutely lovely! I haven't seen the progression yet-- can't wait.
Lovely and elegant details to this new piece. I have enjoyed following your work for sometime and am always excited to see new work posted! I've decided to award your blog with a prize. Albeit I'm not sure you post awards on your blog but if you do you are welcome to come and claim the prize from my blog. Thanks again for sharing your news and artwork!
your art is wonderful!! I absolutely love it!!!
I've just stumbled upon your blog and have been enjoying looking at your wonderful work. Your paintings are so rich, absolutely gorgeous!I'll definitely add you to my blogroll. ( If you don't mind of course?)
Wow this is beautiful. Too much cool detail to mention. I really like your style.I am also going to add your blog to my blog roll; I'm going to want and comeback again and again.
this is so lush and wonderful. love it!!
Kristin, i saw your watercolors at Dale's, they were breathtaking, thank you. I wish you well, and hope to meet you one day!Marysol Foucault
This is amazing....so full of detail and imagery.The colour is so vivid and energetic. Makes me think of a cross between Keats' poetry and the Fables de la Fontaine, with a bit of pre-raphaelite thrown in.
my first visit to your stunning blog, Your work is breathtaking, fresh and original I'm smitten!
The hair on the kitty and the hair on the lady compliment one another and the flow of this painting is really nice.Your art is fantastic! I'm so glad I found you.Blessings,Leslie