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Watercolor Greeting Card featuring the painting Interesting by Ken Powers

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Interesting Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Lovely work!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Addie! I appreciate it!

Hey Ken, Great work as usual. You put me to shame with my low production. Thanks I am back painting between road trips. William

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks William! Glad to hear you are going to be able to start painting a bit more!

Tell us more about the Senelier paper, Ken. What a gorgeous painting!!!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Donna! That paper is interesting. The cold-presses has a bit less tooth than the Arches. It seems to allow for more fluidity and pigment dispersion. Pretty cool!

This is fantastic Ken! Honestly, what were you thinking to carry this to the trash? I would love to see more works like this, and I'm sure your fans, collectors and friends would too!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Anita! Perhaps it was my current bout with bronchitis that was clouding my judgement. I am still trying to shake it!

This could be one of my favorites of all your flowers. Well, the yellow rose is exquisite, but this one really sings Ken. Glad your wife stopped you!

Ken Powers replied:

You are too kind Sandra! Thanks for taking the time to have a look!

I agree with all above. It would have been a great loss had you reached the rubbish bin.Sacrilege. I love this - its a really good end product - I think you achieved your goal on this. Amazingly how one fails to step back with a detached view of their own paintings. Others see the glory at once. Thank you for your comments on Distant Tor

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Sibby! You are absolutely right. While one is painting a piece it is so easy to get absorbed in the minuscule up close bits of the painting. It is only when one can step back and take in the big picture that the true beauty can be revealed.

I agree with Betty...what in the world were you thinking??? This is a real gem!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Marsha! It took a drastic turn and almost went a bit too abstract for my taste.

Why on earth would you want to trash this beauty, Ken?! You must have been really sick!! This is a beautiful painting and I really like the play of sharp contrast between light and shadow and soft and hard - lovely! I just don't know what you men would do with us - ha ha!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Bette! I am still really sick and you are absolutely right....I don't know what we men would do without you ladies!

Your wife has a great eye for art. This is very well done.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Tim! I will pass the message along!

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Artist's Description

This piece was painted while I was having a computer disaster, bronchitis, and sick kids. I wanted to experiment a bit and create something that was a bit more abstract than my previous work. When the work was finished, I was literally on my way to the garbage can when my wife stopped me and said to not throw it away as she found it "interesting." As my wife-translator doesn't exactly know how to decipher this description and the term was used a couple more times to describe the painting, I decided to keep it. The original is 16"x12" in size and is painted entirely with Sennelier watercolor paints on Sennelier paper. This paper really allows the paint pigment to flow which seems to create some interesting textures and effects.

About Ken Powers

Ken Powers

Welcome to the online print fulfillment center for Tacoma, Washington watercolor artist Ken Powers and Powers Fine Art Studio. Recently named as one of the "21 Artists to Watch in 2012" by, the artist's watercolor paintings can be found in numerous public and private collections throughout the world as well as on the set of ABC Studio's hit television series "Desperate Housewives." Contact information for the artist can be found on this site as well as purchasing information for his original paintings and prints. Connect: Website | FAA Artist Page | Facebook | Google+ | Twitter

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