Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Nelida of Ecuador


Nothing more sophisticated that a portrait of one of my "pupils"... To keep it up with the sunny disposition. Acrylic ink and watercolor, of course.Strathmore paper, also.

3 comments:

Miki said...

I really like this kind of portraits, the colours are great, and well, she looks like as if the painter has sympathy for her, I like that... yes, I can see it here, this pupil has a soul... I am so thanksful that you show her to us, Danu... your pupils are somehow a part of yourself, If there is any possibility, one day (I Know you are in holiday right now) send her my love... have you the right to show us a little bit how she paints, like Susan does in her blogs when she has a workshop? It is just a question...

Ion Vincent Danu said...

Thanks, miki, kind as usual... yes, I will salute her from your part when she'll write me from Ecuador. Unfortunatelly, even if I keep some copies in a kind of honour book, I do not have digital copies at hand. But, when I get back to work from this (unpaid) holiday I will try to find some samples. I had some tremendously
gifted pupils (some who never paint or draw before) and nelida was quite good. She liked a lot to paint 9and that's the main thing, no?)

ovi said...

neorealism, marca Ion Danu...