Art Without Forethought.

Flowers in a Peculiar Vase.Small

I have been painting for many years and have just about painted everything using most mediums in a number of different styles from realistic to abstract. I love to experiment.

Bohemian Flowers in Red.Small

The paintings here were a study with inks and the challenge was to paint without any set-up, planning or pre-drawing – no pencil or eraser was allowed.  The only fact I was certain of is that I was going to paint still-life using pure imagination.  Oh, joy!! I enjoyed the spontaneity of it all.  It is quite exciting to load a brush with paint and just start painting.

 

I was forced to think on the spot and even though there were mistakes while painting the outline or filling in with colour, I just had to make the best of it – there was no starting over again. Compromisation was key.

Roses in a Blue Vase. Small

Another challenge was painting quickly.  Inks are similar to watercolour and working wet-in-wet with this kind of medium is necessary.

I discovered a love for unusual flower vases while creating these pictures and would love to collect and display them, however as this is unaffordable for me, I will have to be happy just designing my own vases (on paper)!

Flame Lily in Goldfish Vase.Small

To those artists who do attempt this quick art,  I just want to say, it is fun, rewarding and takes you out of the comfort zone. See what you can do!

©Copyright. Art images 1 – 6.  Caroline Street.

1.Flowers in a Peculiar Vase. 

2.Bohemian Vase in Red. 

3.Art Deco Vase with Three Flowers. 

4.Avant Garde Vase with Tulips.

5.Roses in Blue Vase. 

6.Flame Lily in Fish Vase. 

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