Watercolor Impressions & Expressions of Friendship in Violet & Crimson & Gold

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Violet & Gold Muted Abstract Watercolor 8 x 10

Watercolor Impressions & Expressions of Friendship in Violet & Crimson & Gold.

I had fun splashing in watercolor a few evenings this week after Couples Camp last weekend when my sweet Bubby told me she wanted my Illusion watercolor painting, but she also wanted a couple more paintings to complement it for a grouping in her dining room.

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Violet Floral Illusion Watercolor 8×10

Bubby is not really a floral girl (so she says), but she also has my Very Variegated Violet painting hanging in her home.  😉

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Violet Crimson Gold Abstract Drips Watercolor 8×10

She is obviously a “purple girl!”  She also loves more abstract art.

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Violet Crimson Gold Abstract Pinwheel Flower Watercolor 8×10

So these are some choices I’ve presented to her to choose from – or not…  Either way, I had fun expressing my love of her through impressions in art.

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

Daniel Smith Quinacridone PurpleQuinacridone Violet, Opera Rose, Quinacridone Gold, Arches 140 lb Cold Press Watercolor Paper

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58 thoughts on “Watercolor Impressions & Expressions of Friendship in Violet & Crimson & Gold

  1. Oh are you a Daniel Smith girl!! I love the fact that you list the colors but also link them, I need to do that. Love those colors and I think that the flowers (2nd and 4th) are my favorites. I really think that the blooms on the 4th one adds to the natural design of the flower. What a beautiful gift for your friend ❤

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  2. I am so lucky to have such a wonderful friend! I love all of them! I can’t wait to choose 3 for a grouping in my dining nag room. I really am not a floral girl! However, I know something beautiful when I see it! Thank you my dear friend! I love you!

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  3. OMG these are gorgeous!!! My heart kinda jumped when I saw the first one with the beautiful blooms, then jumped again when I saw the blended/disappearing flower and it just continued with every painting. I love your colors and the looseness and believe me, painting loosely does not come easily to everyone! I struggle mightily with that! I did a quick glance at your blog and I thought I saw some food on here. Food and painting? Time to Follow. 🙂

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