Faith by naddy


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Added: Apr 01, 2002
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A faery of much faith.

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naddy's picture

I do try to paint a world that is peaceful and full of what magical dreams are made of. Anyway to escape from this world, even for a moment. Thank you Persephone.

Guest's picture

Someone else mentioned that upon viewing your work they fell through time back into the place of their childhood and I echo these sentiments...infact I feel like the fairy you have depicted ...a sweet sense of falling,a desire to float and fly to where your whim wanders for I know that where ever I land it will be in a beautiful place...a secret space in my spirit that you have opened for me(persephone)

naddy's picture

Since you took the time & comment on so many of my pieces, I thought I'd give you a BIG THANK YOU!

ama's picture

I love how you painted the tree and the wings.

naddy's picture

Thank you for the great compliment Ken! Arthur Rackham has had the largest influence on my work. He is truely one of the greats!

kenmeyerjr's picture

Wow. I have seen some amazing watercolor work on this site and this one really stands out...Rackham would be proud! Gorgeous, precise and wonderfully composed!

feral's picture

Great watercolor work.One of the best I've ever seen.*admires*

larika's picture

What a great watercolorist you are, I really like your work. What a difficult picture to paint, beautifully done.

naddy's picture

She's falling back, having faith that someone will catch her.

blueunicorn's picture

I know about splashing color and water on a page and letting it do it's thing. This turned out wonderful. Glad to see you went with the flow!

naddy's picture

They happen to be my two favorite. Rackham #1 & Mucha #2.

naddy's picture

This was one of those pieces I knocked out in a few hours. I was happy with the way it turned out. I just splashed some watercolor on the paper, watched the paint dry & this is what I saw. I then rendered it. Sometimes simple is better. Thanks!

sferris's picture

Great job! Do you enjoy the work of Alphonse Mucha or Arthur Rackham?
Quality work!

socar's picture

A well-deserved Editor's Pick if ever I saw one! This is've given the wings and bark so much texture with so few well-placed brushstrokes--masterful stuff!

maura's picture

Cool Smile

Art at its best.