A few weeks ago I went for a college interview. Today I’m sitting in my student accommodation (which now has Internet access!!) typing this blog post, having already spent a week of art classes. I’ve been so caught up in all the newness of college that I forgot to post some pictures on the bigger paintings I included in my interview; the ones that wouldn’t fit on the scanner.
The first painting is a sunset in acrylics. The sky intentionally possesses the colours of the montbretia flowers silhouetted in the foreground.
The next picture is a large watercolour of a Tweedle. It didn’t work quite how I wanted it to, but it was my first watercolour of that size.
Lastly, this painting is an observational acrylics painting of the bridge in my garden. I hope you enjoy my paintings!
Posted on September 24, 2013, in Painting and tagged accommodation, Acrylics, Art, college, flower, interview, life, montbretia, Painting, portfolio, Silhouette, tweedle, Watercolour. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.