Sunday, March 9, 2014

Strawberry Passion


Final Product


Process



Everything has a beginning. And sometimes the beginning of the journey does not look promising, perfect or it makes sense.

However, the journey is the best part. The process, the discovery, the shapes of life taking form.

Happy Sunday!!!!

17 comments:

ArtfulFairyTales said...

wow!
wonderful!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Oh my gosh it looks so incredibly realistic!!

AntiquityTravelers said...

I thought at first it was a photo! that is so amazing how you do depth of light and dark!

Audry Quint said...

Wow. I also thought this was a photo. It's truly incredible. Your ability to use depth and space is amazing, and I love the textured leaves. Really I'm so impressed with this.

Audry at avoidingsocialinteraction.blogspot.com

Sherri B. said...

I genuinely thought that was a photo of a strawberry...amazing and beautiful! I wouldn't have the patience for so much detail, so I admire this tremendously! :)

Ola said...

wow! like a real one!

Jeanie said...

It's such fun to see the strawberries in progress! Love the finished piece!

Tammie Lee said...

i love that you say the journey is the best part. it looks good enough to eat!!

Magic Love Crow said...

I really thought this was a real strawberry! Amazing painting!

Cristiane Marino said...

Ana, seu morango está lindo!
Bjs

Riot Kitty said...

Thanks for sharing the steps. That is so lifelike, now I want to eat one!

Erika Lee @ A Tiny Rocket said...

You captured the depth and the medium tones look lovely.

emmel-prutsemieke said...

wow, nice!

Caffeine Girl said...

What a fascinating process! Creating it on blue is so interesting and original!

Kim said...

gorgeous...your final picture looks so real and mouthwatering

Almost Precious said...

I love to see your works in progress. How you take a plain, white piece of watercolor paper and transform it into a work of art. The strawberry looks good enough to eat. :)

Palomasea said...

Juicy and yummy...this is one beautiful (and realistic) strawberry!
(Can't wait till they're in season here)
Just splendid, Ana...
Thank you for showing the process...
Always fascinating to me...
xoxo