Thursday, March 27, 2014

COLOR PLAY DRIFTWOOD



I don't know about you, but I think I'm tired of the birds for now.  Plus, I want to be thinking more about color color color for the upcoming Carol Carter workshop.  
So...with that in mind...

Here is a half sheet painting of driftwood, just playing with color.


8 comments:

Vandy said...

Carol Carter workshop? I am green with envy (to use a colourful descriptor). I'm hoping you do your usual marvellous blog posts about the workshop.

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Rhonda - this is very lovely. I do love your birds too but maybe with spring coming we will start to paint some green!! One can hope. Have a great time with your workshop.

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

cool, colorful driftwood. And I'm insanely jealous of your upcoming carol carter workshop. wish I could attend. how far away are you? :)

CrimsonLeaves said...

Love the colors here, Rhonda!!

RH Carpenter said...

Vandy, yes, I am lucky to get her to come to our watercolor society for a workshop - 3 days of color fun!!

Debbie, thanks, I don't do green well but need to try harder!

Carol, thanks - she's coming to the Cincinnati area - just a 10 minute drive for me.

Sherry, thanks.

Caroline Simmill said...

Lovely painting Rhonda you have captured the Carol Carter colorful washes in your driftwood painting. Looking forward to hearing how the workshop goes.

laura said...

Oh I really love this Rhonda! It's almost abstract--and the colors are phenomenal.
The composition reminds me of a lot of your bird paintings ...
I better get some practice, but not much more time.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks so much, Caroline and Laura :)