You are the star for which all... by Marilyn's Miniatures

You are the star for which all evenings wait!

Indian Ink and watercolour with iridescent and gold.
2.5 inches x 3.5 inches
(This one was for Marty!)
great back ground colors and its self texture identity.lovely to increase my bright color ambition.5stars
over 7 years ago
Thank you Pankaj, but I love the soft colours in your landscapes, they are just perfect!
over 7 years
thanks allot respected...:)
over 7 years
Another little piece of magic and hope, lovely colours, Chris
over 7 years
We all need it Chis, magic and hope that is! Thanks!
over 7 years
excellent artwork,many compliment!
over 7 years
Thanks Pavlos!
over 7 years
very good work...5*...regards...phil...
over 7 years
Thanks for your comment Phil!
over 7 years
Wonderful! Love this Watercolour painting with Indian ink! The sky is so mystical, and the witch with the cat is super! 5***** Regards Angela Susan
over 7 years
Thanks Angela, So glad you like doing wet on wet with watercolour, you get some fabulous effects.
over 7 years
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MarilynIf you are reading this then thank you very much for your interest!
I have painted all my life from being a small child with paper and paint as my main toys. I took a diploma in art and design in the 70's then went on to do graphic design and worked in advertising...those were the days before computer when we did lettering by hand or letraset.. how laborious!
My favourite art medium is Black Indian Ink and Artist watercolour paint.
I always enhance my paintings with iridescent and gold ink to make them glimmer in the light. I love the magical effect it gives.
If you wonder why I have so many Witch and Cat paintings it is because I started them off as collectors cards in 2008 and they have caught on and are still in demand.. I am...
Just emerging from self- imposed hibernation as I have not had a creative idea in months. A artists version of "writers block", how do others cope and revive...
Rick I know it's not easy to do a painting like this that has so much emotional connection , I think your composition is wonderful and the colors you used are... view answer
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