Tuesday, June 17, 2008

evening at the beach ll

Another attempt at capturing Kettle Cove using Pentel brush pen and a different sketch journal.

13 comments:

Nina Johansson said...

These latest sketches of yours are beautiful - simple and clean and very expressive. I really like them!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

These last two lanscapes are just gorgeous, Jennifer. I always expect to find great work when I visit, and I am never disappointed.

Kathleen said...

I love how you can say so much with so little - their simplicity is wonderful because they still tell the WHOLE story -

Gina said...

These are just beautiful! I love your style. Looks like you're doing just fine with watercolors!

Linda T said...

This is beautiful. I'm inspired to do the same with my brush pen.

Anetka said...

beautiful work and great colours:)
every time I come back to visit your blog it kick start an urge to do my art,
Thanks:)

laureline said...

I agree with Nina---and everyone else, for that matter. Just the minimum of fuss for the maximum effect.
So, may I come to Maine and can we paint rocks and water together??

Sandy said...

Yet another lovely sea scape of the rocky Maine coast - I agree with everyone else, and what sketchbook did you decide on?

SCquiltaddict said...

these beach scenes are just fabulous

Chris said...
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Chris said...

Your watercolor is lovely. You certainly have mastered the brush pen, something I haven't been able to do.

Knitting Painter Woman said...

This is elegant, simple and satisfying.

ROBERT L. HUFFSTUTTER said...

YOUR ART IS TRULY FANTASTIC. YOUR STYLE, SOMEWHAT LIKE RAOUL DUFY'S, IS THE STYLE I HAVE LONG CALLED A FAVORITE. WHEN YOU HAVE THE TIME, BROWSE THROUGH SOME OF MY WATERCOLORS. ROBERT L. HUFFSTUTTER