I am taking a new approach with my watercolor painting. When I have paint left over from a customer's order, I just used to create another marbled painting to use up the paint. Don't want to waste it, right! Now I am creating abstract paintings from the left over paints and trying out techniques, etc. When the work isn't what I call frame ready, it becomes a mobile (my husband was quite sure this one was frame ready). Tuscan Sun was born from this extermination. The original is available on my website - http://www.skysetter.com - but once it is sold, that will be it, gone forever! It is featured in Natchez Magazine 2012 late spring early summer edition.. So, if you love it, go and grab it! Quick!
Carolyn Weir - Born in San Francisco in 1962, and raised in Los Angeles. A self taught artist who now resides in Natchez, Mississippi and specializes in kinetic mobile sculptures made with original watercolor paintings, aluminum, and stainless steel wire. As a former Kite Flyer and Kite Maker, I enjoy seeing colorful shapes aloft. I have since gained the knowledge and skills to bring some of the beauty a kinetic mobile sculpture can bring into your home or business. Wildly popular in doctors and dentists offices mobiles help calm patients before procedures or examinations. A beautiful addition to the nursing home setting, office decor, and home decor. You can find my mobiles in motion on youtube. Just type Skysetter in the search...
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