This primitive Annie is another working idea for what might become a greeting card or a country primitive graphic. She’s done in watercolors and ink, and I just love her!
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These two sheep are working ideas for what might become either country primitive greeting cards or country primitive graphics. I’m still undecided at this point. Originally my plan was develop a line of country prim characters and go from there. So these are just a starting point, and we’ll just have to see where they might lead. These primitive sheep are done in watercolors and ink.
This mosaic dragonfly is yet another potential candidate for my someday watercolor greeting card line. I chose a dragonfly, because my mom loves them. And I chose the mosaic look, just to try something different with my watercolors.
This beautiful winged creature is yet another watercolor butterfly I created, with the hopes of it becoming a part of my (someday in the future) watercolor greeting card line. This is my favorite of the two I’ve posted so far. I really think that flowers and insects make perfect subject matter for the watercolor medium.
At some point I toyed with the notion of starting my own line of watercolor greeting cards. It’s still something I’d love to pursue at some point, but I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. This watercolor butterfly is one of several I did on watercolor card blanks, as practice for the potential real deal. I love the translucent look of watercolors, which seems to lend itself well to these delicate and beautiful winged creatures.