Artist's description:

The body sometimes looks like a landscape. This back bend over a couple of cushions was tough for the model to hold. It was lovely to paint with watercolour brush pens and Pitt artist pens. The paper is sugar paper, so it has a slight buckle from the use of water on it. This actually adds to the rolling hills feel.

The unframed painting is rolled in a tube for delivery. The picture in a frame is just a 'serving suggestion' for you.

As the drips from the image go to the edge of the paper you may wish to put it in a float frame (which sandwiches the painting between two pieces of glass). Alternatively you could use a box frame and foam pads (like those used in decoupage) to hold the painting away from the back board. NB only use foam pads at the edges as they are a permanent attachment to the back of the work.

Going to open sessions with a life model is great to improve observation skills. This helps me to paint my larger works with a good understanding of how the bones and muscles look different in various positions.

It's also good for loosening up for a later painting session, trying out different media, colour combinations or pattern styles for tone.

NB the colour of the picture may be slightly different on your monitor/phone depending on settings.

Materials used:

Watercolour

Dynamic I - Female Nude (2017)

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This artwork is sold by Kathryn Sassall from United Kingdom

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