Monday, October 28, 2013

Renate Arends - "Νούφαρο"

  • Artist: Renate Arends
  • Size: 34 x 24 cm.
  • Medium & Support:  Watercolor on Yupo.
  • Artist Blog: www.renatearends.blogspot.nl
  • Artist Website: 
  • Painting Process: I started with the water lily and the reflections. Then I painted the water. I thought it would be easy but it was so difficult. In particular the water took me quite a long time.  Because of  the Yupo the colors ran into each other whereby the shade didn't come out well. It was a very good exercise!

10 comments:

Beatriz Abel said...

Renate, muy lindo trabajo!

Mercedes Ares said...

Renate: Una acuarela Magnífica. Felicitaciones!!!!!!!!

Shirley said...

Yes it was difficult I found that too!! especially the water, I do like the overall finish of your painting.

marja Eelman-rimann said...

Hoi Renate,
ziet er leuk uit,
wat een gezellig al die tekeningen en schilderijen over het zelfde onderwerp.
heel leuk.
groetjes Marja

Syls said...

It looks as if yupo is a difficult media ,I have not come across it,it is always good to challenge oneself,well done,Syls

renate said...

@ Beatriz:) Thank you!

@ Mercedes:)Thank you!

@ Shirley:) We met the same problems, but you did a wonderful job too!

@ Marja:) Hoi Marja:) Dankjewel. Waarom doe je niet een keer gezellig mee? Het zijn altijd prachtige onderwerpen!

@ Syl:)Yupo is a bit diffrent than the usual paper, but so nice to do.
If you want a sheet just let me know!

Girls:) thank you for the comments!

Nelvia said...

Still really like the reflections on this. Glad I wasn't the only one struggling. :)

Catharina Engberg said...

It seems so difficult with Yupo. I don´t think I would do 10% as well as you Renate!

Syls said...

Is yupo only usable for watercolour or is it something that can be used for other media?
Sounds interesting,all the best Syls

renate said...

@ Nelvia: No you were not! Though a good exercise after all:)

@ Catharina: You should try it for once. I'm sure you like it and make something beautiful with it!

@ Syl: You also can do it with acrylics and ink. Maybe for more but I'm not aware off.

Thank you all for your lovely comments. I do appreciate them:)xx