As promised, here is another one of my Agnes Cecile paintings ( Watercolour). I wanted to do another painting which has a sense of depression in it. Of course, there is no doubt about this one. You can see the strain in the girl in the painting’s eyes. It is extremely deep. The main focus of the painting is the eyes. Your eyes are drawn into her eyes, which is dominating the piece. It is almost as if you can feel the same pain of the girl when looking into them. You can see the girl’s right eye travels all around the painting. Slowly, decending into a purply red colour. The reddish pink is almost bloody. The repeating elements of the blue and red help the eye appreciate all the other design principles
I have began to see Agnes Cecile as my most favourite artist. It is so fun and exciting when painting one of her own. The beauty about watercolour is that it does whatever you want it to. It follows the water. The way two bold colours collide into one another through the water is beautiful.
Hello everyone! I apologise for not posting in a few weeks, I have been so busy! However, expect to see regular posts from now on! Recently, started year 11. Of course, at the end of each course for Art GCSE we are required to produce a final piece. I, have chosen the wonderful artist Agnes Cecile as my inspiration. Agnes does water colour portraits of distort. Each and every single piece has a deep meaning and different emotion. To begin with I chose the riveting “In an instant solo” piece. I particular have a fond to this one because it shows two different people, who have clearly different emotions, facing eachother as an act of friendship. It’s almost as if they are willing to forget their past and see a new future.
The bright colours contrasting with the sad colours is a fantastic approach by Agnes. I also did another 2 pieces by her- make sure you visit to see them!