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Second in the series of Winnie the Pooh. As with the others, I wanted to save the drawing in the event my application of watercolor was a disaster. ... more
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Second in the series of Winnie the Pooh. As with the others, I wanted to save the drawing in the event my application of watercolor was a disaster. I found these images of the original Pen and Inks in an old CD. FEATURED: "Black and White" (7/4/14
"ART, something I always wanted as part of my life, HAS become a passion that fills my soul, and leaves me full of joy, one brushstroke at a time." Maria Hunt After 30 years as a successful business woman, Maria Hunt, finding the nest empty, and having fulfilled her role as financial contributor, retired to the Palm Springs area, pursuing her childhood dream of studying and creating art. She started in 2000 with art classes at College of the Desert. She refined her skills in plein air painting by attending workshops across the U.S. The years left to get "really good" at art are diminishing, and her focus is laser sharp. She spends one week a month teaching art to Children (and older versions of children) She...
Excellent! Congratulations on your sale, Maria!
Thank you so much, Kaye. I so appreciate your visits
This is delightfully whimsical. F/L
Maria Hunt replied:
Yuri, I appreciate that you break away from the demands to comment on my art. T hank you
Thank you, Hazel. I had giclees made on watercolor paper, before painting it ... just in case I messed up the original
Your pen and ink drawing of Winnie the Pooh is so sweet and adorable, Maria! L/F
Thank you Sandra.
so sweet well done Maria!f/l
Thank you so much, Carol
Carol L Miller
Congratulations! Great success1 Love watching you explore other media.
Thank you RJ I had scans made of the pen and ink works ... just in case I messed up on the watercolors. Your works are equally stimulating to a child's mind.. your books are wonderful!!
Awe--Maria. You know I love this. sooo cute and adorable. Love the little guy. You are good with sketches like this. Beautiful as can be. FAV
Thank you, Zina. I love your art, and appreciate your selecting this one to comment on
Very nice artwork, Maria! Lf
I am Honored!!! I sincerely thank the patron in INDIANAPOLIS, IN, for selecting this work to grace the walls of a child's room.
Thank you Ming Ta Li,, for your visit. and the congratulations.
Congratulation on your sale!!!
Maria Hunt replied:
Thank you, Bill
Thank you, Robyn. I enjoyed creating each one... I would like to add one more to it for the next generation... So appreciate your visit.
So beautiful Maria awesome work!!
Thank you, Barry. I've been off the computer for a week + and am behind. So appreciate you visit.
Revisiting this fantastic series of works. Well done!
Thank you, Carla. So appreciate your kind words.
OK, this is just plain adorable!!! v
Thanks, Reynold. I sketched them on Watercolor paper.. pencil.. then ink... Had them scanned, then Watercolor... If I messed up on the watercolor, my hope was to have the pen & ink sketches to be printed on watercolor paper for another go at it. It was just fun a labor of love. Much like your initial drawings.. just a passion with a purpose.