Miniatures – #worldwatercolormonth

Last night when I had to wait for another watercolor drying I came back to paint some miniatures. It took a little bit to come back to the small format, but the last one (the barn) turned out the way I like. It is getting hotter and hotter. Temperatures were up to 100,4°F outside and 113°F inside. Tomorrow is expected to be even a little bit hotter… My computer was starting to squeak when I tried to edit my video. 🙂

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045_2018 Watercolor-Miniatures / Lorenzo Santoni Handmade Paper ca. 21 x 15 cm / 8.3 x 5.9 in / Lukas Aquarell 1862 #WorldWatercolorMonth

Letzte Nacht bin ich mal wieder auf die Aquarell Miniaturen zurückgekommen, als ich ein anderes Aquarell zum Trocknen beiseite legen musste. Es hat ein Weilchen gedauert, mich wieder in das kleine Format einzufühlen, aber das letzte Bild (die alte Scheune) ist dann so geworden, wie ich es mag. Es wird heißer und heißer. Heute waren es 38° C draußen und 45 °C drinnen, morgen soll es noch ein bisschen mehr werden… Mein Computer fängt schon an zu jaulen, sobald ich versuche mein neues Video zu schneiden. 🙂

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044_2018 Watercolor-Miniatures / Lorenzo Santoni Handmade Paper ca. 21 x 15 cm / 8.3 x 5.9 in / Lukas Aquarell 1862 #WorldWatercolorMonth

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042_2018 Watercolor-Miniatures / Lorenzo Santoni Handmade Paper ca. 21 x 15 cm / 8.3 x 5.9 in / Lukas Aquarell 1862 #WorldWatercolorMonth

 

8 thoughts on “Miniatures – #worldwatercolormonth

  1. I really like the simplicity of these, my ultimate favorite is the first one. Hope that it cools down for you. On my deck in the shade it was 100 f today. Don’t you have air conditioning? I would die having it that hot inside, wow!

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  2. I love these paintings! Your work is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

    I love how the bright colors don’t fight with each other and the way the images seem alive and moving even though they are still.

    My wife and I are spending the summer in Paris and it has been devilishly hot. Today, we broke down and got a fan. She’ll probably end up writing a blog post about it on her art/travel blog (paintingsplaces.wordpress.com). I might do one too. In fact, if you wanted, I’m sure she would be happy to feature some of your work or do an article/interview if you wanted to.

    Anyway, I just wanted to say that I think your work is sweet. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks so much, Michael. I am happy you like my watercolors. I love Paris and I hope you and your wife are having a great time there even with these high temperatures.
      And yes, I am always happy about my watercolors featured on other blogs. An article or interview? Yes, why not…

      Have a good time and enjoy the cooling from the new fan. 🙂

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