Sunday, 3 March 2013

A Splash of Colour

In my part of the world, we are in middle of a drought, officially declared last week. We have quite severe water restrictions so the garden which is my greatest love after art is suffering. However I have managed to get colour with two of my favourite flowers – geraniums and fuchsias. They seem to like the dry very much as they have grown to triffid like proportions.
 
Today I decided to do a quick watercolour of the geraniums at the back.
Here are some photos of my love splashes of colour that greet me everyday of the year in my garden. 


 Have a happy Sunday and week creating wonderful art everyone.


Linking to Sunday Sketches

9 comments:

  1. hello Sharon,
    Love your watercolour, the splashes of colour are beautiful. Your garden looks amazing. The drought here is definitely over after about 6 years of water restrictions... :)

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  2. I love the water colours too. A medium I am scared to use :0 You have done a wonderful job here.
    ManonX

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  3. Sorry you have a water drought ~ yet your watercolor splashes are delightful, colorful and free ^_^

    ps. we have had lots of snow and rain ~ gladly ship some to you ^_^

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  4. For being in a drought your garden looks lovely! Our grass is brown from lack of watering and rain. I like the washy look of your painting today!

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  5. lovely loose watercolour. Too bad about the drought especially for your poor garden!

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  6. Lovely watercolor, beautiful colors! <3

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  7. I will happily send you some rain... and I wish we has some colour at this time of the year, but it is a wall of green... Autumn is when is cools down enough for us to have some blooms... and my bamboo is triffid like as well... hope the rain arrives soon...xx

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  8. Love how abstract your watercolor is! It is so much fun! The colors are awesome! :)

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  9. omgoodness, your flowers are beautiful.... i have lots of snow here i could send you, it should be melted by the time it got there....LOL

    blessings,
    Cynthia♥

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