More glass and cutlery

More glass and cutlery
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Amazing effect you get from your watercolour for glass, well done Diana. Adsm

Superb work Diana. My word you do sound a lot of time at the sink. Lol

wonderful as always well done Diana

Terrific effects and terrific work as always Diana.

Sorry Diana, I should have said SPEND. But while I am back you say hammered. Now that sounds creative.

Thank you Adam. A lot of trial and error! Hello John. Ah yes, chained to the sink , I am 😄😄. The hammering was a mix of scrubbing, salt work, lifting and a few other experiments.

Thank you Tao and Fiona. Lovely to hear from you.

Magnificent as always Diana.

Incredible result Diana. How on earth you get the lettering on front of the jar is a mystery. Wonderful painting and your stamp is all over it.

Super effects, Diana, as usual! Maybe though you need to get a dishwasher....only kidding!

Always classy painting.

Thank you Jim. This one looks a bit murky to me 😄 Thank you Carole. The lettering was a lot easier that that foreground. Thank you Thalia. There’s another series.... inside the dishwasher!

Thank you Stephen. Much appreciated

Fantastic (as always) Diana

Another beauty Diana, I know what you mean about paper being hammered what appear to be simple random marks don’t always just appear and sometimes take a lot of work.

Hello Sarah and thank you for your kind comment. Thank you Barry. When I was a beginner, the ‘ hammering’ looked dreadful but sometimes it works well just a risky trial and error attack.

A superb example of how to paint glass Diana.

Thank you for your loyal support Val.

Thank you Gudrun. Lovely to hear from you.

Hang on Studio Wall
01/09/2019
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Half sheet watercolour on Saunders Waterford heavy ,cold pressed paper. It’s toughstuff because the foreground has been hammered!!

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Diana Boanas

Jut before retiring from teaching , I returned to painting after a 40 year gap. I did O level then half an A level in art ,followed by a bit of oil painting ,printing and ceramics as part of a primary teaching course but haven't touched it since. I was bought a sketch book and pencils while on…

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