Sunday, July 5, 2009

Painting Wet on Wet Watercolor / Pintura de Aquarela na Técnica Wet on Wet

Gladiolos, Watercolor, 22 x 15 inches, not available for purchase.
Palmas, Aquarela, 56 x 38 cm, indisponível para aquisição

26 comments:

Aleksa said...

Wouw,these are radiant,they shine like a twoheaded sunshine!Greetings

Kimie Legend said...

Hi Fabio, what a great wet on wet painting! I appreciate the sense of looseness and freedom in your work. Very well done!

Jamal Knohardi said...

This is absolutely stunning Fabio! Thank you for posting another beauty.

LORI said...

I adore your work and your tremendous skill. Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

Carmen said...

Que gran dominio del agua y del color, ¡Maravillosa!. Gracias, Fabio, por compartirla.

Un abrazo

Sandeep Khedkar said...

Hi Fabio
The wet on wet result is amazing...the combination of the hard and soft edges is really very good!

Aliaena said...

Que belleza! Fabio this painting is exquisite. Such brilliant work - a visual delight. many congratulations! Aliaena

Amy Gordon said...

Just... DELIGHTFUL!

kath kiefer said...

Hello Fabio, wonderful blog.Extraordinary art and talent, you're one of the best!

Olga M. Santoro said...

Bom dia, sr.Fabio. Parabéns pelo seu trabalho, pena o sr. não morar em Manaus. Com certeza existem muitos fãs do seu trabalho aqui que gostariam de tê-lo como professor. Qual o papel utilizado nesta aquarela? Obrigada, e parabéns novamente.

Dean Grey said...

Oooohhhhh Fábio!

This painting took me by surprise.

Normally your florals are almost always soft and delicate in appearance.

In this particular piece however there are certain spots that are clearly defined. Parts of the branches and some of the buds are much more opaque.

Does this make sense?

I'd like to see more paintings like this which have a combination of soft, almost disappearing shapes against very solid, dominant ones.

-Dean

Chris Beck said...

Gorgeous, Fábio!! You're such a fabulous watercolorist!!

benah said...

Your watercolors are sublime. Love your work.

Sandra Galda said...

Hi Fabio, love this one. The wet on wet plus notes of saturated color present a nice tension in the work that really interests the eye and keeps it there!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Aleksa, thanks for your words!

Hi Kimie, thanks a lot for your e-mail!

Hi Jamal and Lori, thanks!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Carmen, gracias por tuas palavras. Adoro seu estilo, muito obrigado mesmo.

Hi Sandeep, thank you for visiting my blog and for your comments.

Aliaena, Kath and Amy..thank you v much!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Olá, Olga, muito obrigado. O papel utilizado é um Fabriano, com gramatura superior a 300 g/m.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Chris! Thanks, Your words mean a lot to me !

Hi Sandra, thanks for your visit!

Hi Dean! Yes..it makes sense. A few shapes are clearly defined , that's what I try to do when I paint wet on wet.It's not easy, I paint quickly, very fast..it's just a moment. Sometimes there's too much definition...or too much diffused areas. I look for the right touch between them. Thanks for your comments.

cardesin said...

Fabio
Como siempre una maravillosa obra!!!
Con unos colores frescos y ensoñadores...
Un gran trabajo!!!
jk

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Oi Cardesin...obrigado! Sempre gentil e visitando todos os blogs amigos. Gracias!

LANA said...

Ow,Wonderful.Keep up your blessed talent.

Mitr - Friend said...

Wow... U've got a great blog... And u r a great painter... Awesome they all are... :)

www.flutteringandwandering.blogspot.com

Hanna said...

What a beautiful watercolor!I am truly impressed with your art and ability.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Lana, thank you v much!

Hi Mitr, thank you! I'll check your blog soon.

Hi Hanna, thanks for yor words!

Encre said...

One of my favorite. It is so intense and vibrant.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Encre, thanks! I like it too, it's very spontaneous.