A number of my watercolour flower paintings have collectors who lived far away! This painting called 'Grandma’s Garden' was transplanted to Nova Scotia! I love the frame and matting. I love how each person makes the painting their own with the framing and matting choices.
I do my watercolour paintings on 140lb Arches cold press paper which allows the painting to be carefully rolled for shipping. I can ship paintings anywhere in the world in a tube. Makes transplanting my watercolour paintings so much simpler.
Now the frame that this painting was displayed in is needing to be filled at Visual Effects with another pretty flower painting. Watch for that in the next few weeks. Still working on the commission. Got a bit stuck with it but I have figured my way around it.
Below is the step by step process I do to get to the final painting. I layer very pale washes until the value is correct on each petal. The lighter the petal the more careful I have to be and often they take more layers to get to where I want them to be. This painting I did the background last...which is different than I normally do. But it works.
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Yellowknife watercolour and acrylic artist Shawna Lampi-Legaree’s latest venture can best be summarized as capturing moments of beauty from the world around her.
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