I am loving this weather. It is such an unpopular opinion! Winter over Summer any day. During the winter it rains, snows, windy, foggy, hail, storms. A whole lot more exciting that heatwaves and burning in the sun, in my opinion! The soothing sound of the trickling taps of the rain hitting against the window is so snug. Everybody is a whole lot happier during the winter season too. People get together more. In the summer, it is sometimes dominated by sweaty, mood teenagers (Not a great combination!). The main thing is, you need to make most of your day indoors. Do something creative in your house instead of lazing in front of the TV with a jar of Nutella. Your creativity will only expand as an affect of your actions.
During MY wet rainy days, I paint, and paint, and paint. (Shocker). I attempted another painting by Agnes Cecile. Big Bang of Watercolour. It is my most favourite painting of all time. It is beautifully presented, it makes you think of a thousand different thoughts. The girl looks unhappy, but this contradicts the warm colours. Ever heard the saying “A sad girl can fake a smile“? I think this relates. This painting has such a huge impact, I have chosen to do it for my art final piece. I hope it goes well!
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.