Thursday, 27 November 2008

Rainbowville by Maeve Wright

This is another example of my wife Maeve's art.

Rainbowville
Watercolour pencils and black gel pen on watercolour paper
8 1/4" x 11 3/4"
This is one of her abstract townscapes. Her work is greatly influenced by architecture. I love the way she sees buildings fitting next to each other to form this pattern of lines and colours. It's wonderful the way she blends the colours and allows them to run to form soft and unexpected shades.
If you are interested in purchasing this work, it is available on ebay along with several other of her works.

8 comments:

storybeader said...

I love watercolors! This is a great looking piece!

John Wright Art said...

Thanks, Storybeader

Art with Liz said...

Absolutely love this painting John - it's magic.

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Lovely piece and I so enjoy your watercolor works and subjects. Found you thru Kelley MacDonald and glad I did. I "tagged" you on my blog. Looks like you have been tagged before so just enjoy the new viewers to your sight. If you want to play, details are on my blog.

Carolann said...

Beautiful jewel colours. Magicial!

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Hmmm, I see talent runs in your family, John :)

Kate said...

Wow, her work is also very beautiful! I have a deep appreciation for the different ways artists view the same world.

John Wright Art said...

Thanks for all your wonderful comments.
Thanks for the tag Debbi. Once my upcoming exhibition has finished I will have time to acknowledge awards and tags