Saturday, September 7, 2013
At the Market - Father and Daughter.
Father and Daughter
Watercolor on acid free Moleskin paper NFS
Day 7 in the 30 day Challenge
I loved her helmet and the juxtaposition of the
protective, bearded father next to the very girlie pink.
She sat in front of him on his bike and watching him
so carefully dismount was a joy to behold.
- A request for helpful information.
I did this sketch during my Watercolor Weekend and
I am getting more comfortable with watercolor and finding
my fracturing technique translates well with it.
Now I have to make a decision on where and how to
try and sell them.
They are a lot quicker to do than my oils and so will be
offered for less money.
I was wondering about trying them out on the DPW auctions.
I have an agreement with my gallery that I will not
sell my oils in auctions. Quite naturally, they want
consistent prices on my work, but they do not carry
my watercolors and I can choose how to market them.
Does anyone have any information or suggestions
which can help me make a good choice?
Labels: bike helmet, daily painter. blog, Figurative, fracturing technique, julie ford oliver, watercolor on acid free paper
I am a painter living in Las Cruces, NM. After many years as an illustrator I turned to fine art to develop my own artistic voice. I currently teach talented and enthusiastic artists in oil, acrylic and egg tempera painting. I am also a member of the Artist Guild of Southern New Mexico.