Tuesday, November 30, 2010

This week at Brush-Paper-Water...


Agave
watercolor, 19" x 14"
Deb Ward

Although we live more than two thousand miles apart and have never met, I count Deb Ward as a dear friend thanks to the bond we've established after meeting in the blogosphere. Over the past two years, I've enjoyed reading her often humorous blog entries and watching her develop paintings. Deb moves easily between transparent and opaque watermedia, trying new techniques fearlessly as she explores a wide range of subjects, and I've regularly ooh'd and ahh'd over her finished works.

Jump to Brush-Paper-Water to see more of Deb's work and then follow the link to her blog.

13 comments:

  1. Chris, excellent choice for giving a shout out to. Have had the pleasure of being in couple of workshops with Deb, seeing her work up close.

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  2. Lucky you for knowing Deb in person!! Thanks for stopping to leave a comment.

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  3. The glow Deb achieves is really stunning, and combined with her arresting composition, makes for outstanding paintings. I'll be watching for more of her work. Thanks for the heads up!

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  4. I follow Debs blog also,, what an amazing talent... and a really nice person... thats 2 plus !

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  5. Thanks, Kris and Barbra -- glad you like Deb's work!

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  6. Great post and her watercolors are beautiful!! Isn't the blogging world fabulous, I think it's terrific to make friendships with bloggers all over the world:)

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  7. Thanks, Carrie -- peeked at your blog and will be back for a longer look. Nice work!!

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  8. Thanks again, Chris, for this feature! And thanks to everyone who has taken time to check out my work; I've enjoyed the comments and it makes me happy to know that my work is appreciated!

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  9. So glad you've had a good response to the feature, Deb!! Thanks for the comment.

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  10. Another stellar watercolorist! Thanks for all the time you devote to introducing the world to these worthy painters.

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  11. Thanks, R -- makes me feel much appreciated to get feedback like this!! :-))

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