Vase #2 - 8"x8" watercolor on paper. After painting Vases #1, I have fallen in love with the yellow ochre and sienna! Painting flowers always made me nervous as tone variation has to be really subtle, but I had fun with this piece of work. Yes, a happy addition to my "Homescapes' series. simplyeliza.com Home is where the art is :)
Glassware in "Homescapes"
Vases #1 - 8"x8" watercolor on paper. Painting small watercolor is always an in-between-big-paintings activity to liberate my mind, my hands, shoulders, to slow down, to make interesting marks in small scales, and to discover new ideas for bigger works. I'm also seeing a series of vases to add into my "Homescapes' series. simplyeliza.com Home is where the art is :)
Inspired by Daily Painting
So I'm wanting to do daily painting ... or a serious-one-in-a-few-days painting. Working on the iPad is fun, so here is a good start on the first day of year 2015 :)
Eliza Wai Wa Cheng
A Hong Kong based fine art painter with MFA at Academy of Art University San Francisco. She creates realistic and abstract art with various mediums on things, people and scenes based on her daily encounter and travels, with which her art collectors worldwide find resonance.