Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Summer sailing

Summer sailing, turquoise seas and a gentle breeze....... Who could ask for more? (A far cry from the torrential rain we have in the UK at the moment but a girl can dream.)

Summer sailing I   watercolour 17x17cm  ©2015Lisa Le Quelenec

Summer sailing II   watercolour 17x17cm  ©2015Lisa Le Quelenec

These paintings are available in my Etsy store SeasidestudiosUK 

I have also listed the first five in the edition and a proof print of my Nautilus drypoint.


Judy said...

It's a little like looking through a porthole, I love the circular design of these paintings! The blues are gorgeous. In Holland the same summerweather as you are having....

Chris Lally said...

Love how the water spills out onto the bottom of the painting - so creative! Beautiful blues, beautiful skies! Don't mind if you send some rain over our way in the Pacific Northwest.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Judy, thank you. I hadn't even thought of the porthole connection! I love it. I hope some sun comes your way soon. We had a couple of hours sun for a quick walk at the beach this morning but we are back to rain now.

Hi Chris, thank you. I'm in love with all things blue, even more than usual at the moment. The turquoise-y ones make me feel so happy. - I will happily send you a few of our showers ;o)

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Lisa!... Alway enjoy your adventuresome approach to using which ever medium that you are playing with.

The "spilling out" is as much of the joy that you hold within... as is the metaphor you create for me using the escape of water outside of the confinement of the oval format. Brilliant!

Look forward to more fun from the Seaside...

Good Painting and Printing
Warmest regards,

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Bruce, thank you!

I have been looking forward to seeing the latest on your big project and I'm off to look now.

Best wishes.

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