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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Windows to The Words

A quick watercolor portrait I finished just now...I saw this face in my bloglist in the morning and it was on my mind since then! Thus, even though I had little time today, I completed this sweet lady's portrait as quickly as I could ( "Time Attack"!--as described by my son!)
Its a submission to a creative blog, http://windowstothewords.blogspot.com/ which invites not only paintings, but also writings and photos on the same subjects.Quite interesting.Go, Have a look!....
Watercolor on cold pressed paper 9"X 12"

My submission of the old lady's portrait is accepted and posted on the Windows to the Words art blog!

14 comments:

  1. Arti, I received your delightful contribution and have it posted and linked. Outstanding artwork..as your other pieces I have enjoyed on your blog. Thank you for contributing to Windows to the Words...you are appreciated.

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  2. Thank you very much ,James..I am delighted!

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  3. Wow, Arti!!! Fantastic. such light and expression. Beautiful work. You are so brilliant with portraits.

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  4. Thank you , Liz,...I did it on a speed greater than my usual; as my son was impatiently waiting for me to give up my laptop so that he could play his games on it!

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  5. Beautiful painting Arti, any luck with your Etsy shop ?

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  6. Beautiful job on this painting Arti. I'm amazed at how quickly you were able to produce this.

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  7. Thank you Thomas...I dont know if it would work!Shipping is costly from India:)Lets see...

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  8. Thank you Vern, it was real quick...like about half an hour!Even I didn't think I could do it:)Thanks for appreciation.

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  9. Hi Arti!I like the wrinkles on the face...very well done. And the light is great!

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  10. Thank you Fabio ,that was very kind of you.

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  11. Very well done I also sent Mr Paker my version of the same photo.

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  12. Thanks David..I liked your version very much:)

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  13. What a wonderful portrayal of this woman! You did a great job!

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  14. Thank you, Deb..Glad you liked it!

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