Creating Art Every Day

I like to experiment with color and different art mediums much like my dear friend, Laura at Create Art Everyday!  You can find her AWESOME blog, here.

Below is an experiment I did recently with water-soluble wax pastel crayons, Tombow markers and Prismacolor pencils:

wax pastels and tombow markers & color pencils

It reminds me of curly ribbons wrapped around a birthday gift!  🙂

Laura has been creating some beautiful flowers in her sketchbook!  She inspired me to give it a try:

rose watercolor better photo

I sketched them in black pen and added just a hint of watercolor.

I took this photo of my roses in my yard for my reference:

rose bush in yard

Hope you find a little time to create today!  And if you need a little inspiration to get started, check out Laura’s blog!

Happy Creating!  🙂

17 responses to “Creating Art Every Day

  1. Jill, you’re so sweet; thank you!! You really wowed me with your artwork today!!!! I’m not sure which I like best, the abstract or the flowers. Both gorgeous for different reasons. I love the delicacy in your floral piece!! Maybe that one is my favorite, it’s just so lacy and beautiful and soft. Love them both Jill, and you’re too kind to give my blog a mention too. Have a wonderful weekend!! 💜💛💜

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  2. And your abstract is exactly like the curling ribbon!!! Beautiful!

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  3. Hi Jill – what a happy post today. I love all of your creating. At the moment it is 5:20am at my house. I’m going to go for a walk and then come back and create with my water colors. A fun morning ahead. Happy Day!

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  4. Laura inspires so many of us! Your experimental piece is lovely, as is the floral!

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  5. Now THIS is a lovely way to start a Saturday! Great work Jill! Beautiful colors and line work. Really love the florals!! You and Laura are making me want to try them! Hehe

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