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- Azucena Barrios captures the majesty of an elephant as she paints with watercolors. I don't like to force colors I let the watercolors speak to me through those moist and capricious blotches confides the Mexican artist. The title denotes a mighty presence. I wanted to convey their strength and longevity on their life's paths. For this painting Barrios paints with a palette of colors that includes brown orange blue and violet. Titled Elefante en el camino in Spanish.
- Similar itemUsing a wet-on-wet technique, artist Susan Hable Smith of Hable Construction applied stripes and dots of water pigment to still-damp painted leaf shapes. Brown and black dissolves, spreads and pools, mimicking the fascinating coloration and patterning of natural feathers. Each giclée print of the original watercolor painting is reproduced on deckle-edge paper and presented in a clean, black-finished pine frame.
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