Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Day 17 and A Face

I set aside the watercolors today and reached for my acrylic paint.

I was in a floral kind of mood, but I also knew that I am waaayyy behind in my 29 Faces in September.

What to do?

How about a face peeking out from behind the flowers?  She's partially hidden, but I think she still qualifies.

Photograph of Daisy by Tori Beveridge 2014
Photograph of Daisy by Tori Beveridge



29 faces

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Day 16 - Two Peas in A Pod

Today, I have something totally different from the last two days to share with you.  My painting was inspired by an art swap that I'm taking part in, and the theme is Food With a Face.

I painted two cute little peas in a pod for it.  Although personally, I think these peas are too adorable to eat, I do love fresh peas and have been known to eat them raw as I pick them.


Two Peas in A Pod by Tori Beveridge 2014
Two Peas in A Pod by Tori Beveridge  Watercolor and ink ATC/ACEO





Monday, September 15, 2014

Day Fifteen - Another 'Drippy' Watercolor Face

Yes, another watercolor face today.  I had to do one more, because yesterday's was so enjoyable for me to paint.  I was definitely much more relaxed while painting this one.

She marks the half way point in Thirty Paintings in 30 Days and my ninth face for 29 Faces in September 2014.

Another Face by Tori Beveridge 2014
Another Face by Tori Beveridge
Watercolor on 6x8 140lb cold press watercolor paper





29 faces

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Day Fourteen is My Eighth Face

Today's painting found me playing with watercolors again.  I think I'm actually getting more comfortable with letting the paint drip and run and blend  and do it's own thing, very difficult for a stay within the lines type like me.

A Face by Tori Beveridge 2014
A Face by Tori Beveridge

I would like to do a few more similar, so you may see a few more like this in the near future.






29 faces


Saturday, September 13, 2014

Day Thirteen of Thirty Paintings in 30 Days

I think I spent more time trying to fix scans and photos of this than it actually took to paint.  I finally decided on this scan and it still doesn't do it justice.  It's much prettier up close and personal.


Let Your Art Blossom by Tori Beveridge 2014
Let Your Art Blossom by Tori Beveridge

Mixed media on 4x6 140lb cold press watercolor paper 




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