World Watercolor Month: Week Two

It is Aloha Friday in the islands and the second week of the World Watercolor Month challenge seems to have rushed by like ocean trade winds sweeping along the shore line.

This week was full of experimenting, playing with colors, going in all sorts of directions, and asking myself “How much is too much and how little is too little?” It will be fun to look back at the end of the challenge and see what studies can be developed for larger paintings, and what sorts of ideas or patterns emerged.  But until then there is fun to be had while paint brushes dance along the water’s edge across paper shores.

22 thoughts on “World Watercolor Month: Week Two

  1. judeberman says:

    Amazing work! The sadness in Mokihana is so palpable. And of course I love Intuition cause it is similar to my own style (do we always relate to our own stuff, lol. Well, maybe not always 😉

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  2. Cathe says:

    These painting are so beautiful. I love how their hair frames their faces. Whisps of hair dancing. Their eyes are captivating. Their hands when seen are so elegant. Haunani your work is so lovely, thank you for sharing your talent with all of us!

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  3. Myriam (Myr's Bytes) says:

    Beautiful and interesting. The different colours convey such different emotions. I didn’t read the titles until I’d looked at them all a few times. The one titled The Fire definitely felt like fire. And the one titled Summer felt very warm but embracing. The seven different women make me think of seven different sisters in a story – all with different passions, qualities and personalities. Thanks for sharing your imagination and watercolour explorations. 🙂

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    • artandmoondreams says:

      What a nice way to describe them, thank you very much for your kind words and observations. Though these are fun studies and ideas, it is always good to know how they speak to others. I always appreciate your visits and thoughtful encouragements.

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