Blue Rain

Grab your umbrella, friends!

I was trying a new technique with one of Picasso’s blue period paintings…

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But this lady looks like she was caught in an unexpected downpour of blue rain!

Some days I just have to laugh!Β  πŸ˜‰

Happy Puddle Jumping!

53 responses to “Blue Rain

  1. And isn’t it kind of great when art takes on it’s own life and becomes what it was meant to be! It’s very cool!

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  2. This is wonderful! I see the Picasso influence, but you’ve made it your own. (K)

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  3. Holy hell, I love this, Jill! I’m so glad it has a mat around it as I’d be framing it! Beautiful! πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

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  4. Seriously this is wonderful!!

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  5. Ok, I can’t stop looking at it. Lol. I’ll move along now. Wow! Where did you learn this technique? Big thumbs up!

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  6. Jill, I like this painting very much. I hope you try some more, Bravo!

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  7. I absolutely love that she seems content to be caught in a blue downpour! ❀ I want her attitude!

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  8. This looks like a perfect artwork to me. ItΒ΄s quite melancholic. Love it! πŸ’™

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  9. Nice experiment Jill, I like how you delve in and try new things. loving the blue!

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  10. This is brilliant Jill, she has such a melancholy air about her which is further enhanced by the blue.

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  11. I like this a lot…. one persons mess is another persons masterpiece….!!!?

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  12. hi Jill, first – I love this!
    I see the influence of Picasso,….. and I see your own creative inner artist Coming Forth to exert its ownership of the piece.
    this is a GOOD Thing!!!
    this is what the master artist strives for, rather than the replication. YAY, Jill! πŸ™‚ cheers, Debi

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  13. See????? If Debi says it (and the rest of us too) then I say Bravo and YAY for Jill! πŸ˜€ Love her comment, BTW and I think she is right on! I will go look up Picasso now so I can see, but yes, I think it’s you and him together and it’s some Italian world I don’t know how to spell like bravissimo ! πŸ˜€

    OK, I looked. I like his work, but I like yours better, Jill. I really do. Yours has soul and really captures a feeling here. I’m so glad you shared it with us!

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  14. Picasso would have been jealous…yours is so much more cheerful!!!

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  15. I love this. It reminds me of some of the impressionists.

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  16. I love the blue rain!! This is awesome Jill!! I think it turned out great!! β˜”οΈπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

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  17. Jill. I love your painting. It’s like she’s in the rain indeed. And it looks great!
    This tells me I can do it too. I was thinking it needs a lot of time, this kind of assignment. But it doesn’t . I don’t have to make such a perfectionistic fuss about it. Haha. Thanks for that lesson. ❀

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    • Glad you like her, Corinne! πŸ’™ I think I watched Carla’s video on it a 100 times so I could get a feel for the technique. I’d also recommend choosing a fairly simple image. I’d like to try it again. Look forward to seeing what you do. πŸ˜ƒπŸ‘πŸŽ¨

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  18. OK. SO it may need quite some time after all. OK. πŸ™‚

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