Original copyrighted works of art by artist Michael Perchard
Well so watercolor was like riding a bike, you always remember how to do it. and you did it very well. This is an outstanding rendition of hibiscus. You really did get those flowers down as they are: gorgeous. Now if only the leaves weren't so finicky with every little shift in the weather! I'm thinking of bringing my plants in. They seem to like it so much better in the house.
Thank you very much Linda! Your visits and comments always make my day.I agree with you about the plants. Sad to see my sunflowers start to wilt? However I do very much enjoy the fall in New England. Plenty of new vibrant colors to enjoy. Especially the many cranberry bogs near my home.Keep on painting and posting.Take care.Michael
The hibiscus watercolor is great....living by cranberry bogs is SUPER COOL!
Kim,Thank you for dropping by and leaving a wonderful comment.You are right, living by cranberry bogs is SUPER COOL!Painting them is also cool.Take care.Michael
Hi, Michael - the variation in your reds are lovely and the leaves so well done with shifts from cool to warm greens - I love this watercolor!
Susan,Thank you so much for your very kind words!I am so glad you enjoy my work.Love your work also!Take care.Michael
Great job on the hibiscus!! I love the strong color and shape of the flowers. You are right...who couldn't love them?
Joan, Thank you for visiting and thanks for your kind words. It so nice to get positive feedback from such a talented watercolorist as yourself. I love your "White Door". Keep on painting.Michael