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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Paintings with Plastic Wrap Texture



Both my Woman's Club Watercolor Classes and
The Upstairs Gallery Watercolor Classes have been
experimenting with watercolor and plastic wrap to
create unusual textures.  Some of the textures
created look like trees in a forest, some ocean waves and
others like cliffs in a landscape.
The following are a few of my demo paintings
painted in classes this past week.


"Aspen Forest"
10"x10"
Watercolor
$100



"Ocean Waves"
5"x7"
Watercolor
$65


"Cliffs"
7"x9"
Watercolor
$75

"Forest Reflections"
7"x9"
Watercolor
$75


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3 comments:

Kitchen worktops guy said...

So this plastic wrap texture - is that just a style of painting or do you actually use plastic in some way? It looks amazing.

Margie Whittington said...

I place plastic wrap on wet watercolor paint and let it set a few minutes . The texture of the plastic wrap remains when the plastic wrap is peeled off. Thanks for your comment.

Shelley Whiting said...

Your pictures are very soft and delicate. I love the subtle textures. Beautiful work.

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