MOON CLIMBING Art Print

I love the moon. Its dark outside and I don't need to try to make sense of anything. I can't even if I wanted to. It's kind of peaceful. Like a balloon that's tied to something so it can float but not fly away into nothing or no where.

Original watercolor painting on acid free paper. Handpainted, NOT a print. size: 17.5x25 cm / approx 7x10 Inch Signed and dated on the front. I

ORIGINAL Watercolor Bird Painting, Pastel Colored Rainbow Roller, Colorful Watercolor Flowers 7x10 Inch

Original watercolor painting on acid free paper. Handpainted, NOT a print. size: 17.5x25 cm / approx 7x10 Inch Signed and dated on the front. I

Let's Go See The Stars, print from original watercolor illustration by Jessica…

Let's Go See The Stars, original watercolor illustration by Jessica Durrant

Beautiful play with flowers

Octavio Ocampo, maître des illusions d’optique

Monochromatic Watercolor Paintings Exquisitely Depict Cratered Surface of Moon

Monochromatic Watercolor Paintings Exquisitely Depict Cratered Surface of Moon

The moons I create drift off into a more and more abstract sphere of being, proving they must belong to a different solar system/universe. happy Monday to all of you. Yesterdays new moon was fabulous!

Chalk Cityscape: You really can’t go wrong with bright, blended chalk pastel on black construction paper. I love how the buildings and moon glow. Cut out the buildings on separate paper, place it on the black construction paper, and use the chalk pastels to shade around the buildings. Once you remove the buildings, you’ll be left with this glowing outline.

Chalk Cityscape: You really can’t go wrong with bright, blended chalk pastel on black construction paper. I love how the buildings and moon glow. Cut out the buildings on separate paper, place it on the black construction paper, and use the chalk pastels to shade around the buildings. Once you remove the buildings, you’ll be left with this glowing outline.

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