Watercolor and colored pencil drawings by Serena Cole.
I love the unpredictability of watercolors. These are great.
Nothing like a good dose of mixed media! Brilliant
Glorious, wondrous, splendid.
Thanks very much to Jeff for the post and all the kind comments!
hey my pleasure Serena! i probably can’t afford originals right now but do you sell any prints of your work?
Striking colors and shapes. I can feel there is a dialogue between her depictions of women and those of Gustav Klimt’s, but Serena’s have a dramatic tone and urgency that are quite unique.
Thanks again guys. No, I don’t have any prints available but feel free to check the flat files of Triple Base http://www.basebasebase.com . Prints are a good idea- I’ll let you know when I get that ball rolling!
I love your paintings! Please make prints!
– Malene Vinther, Denmark
Gold?!?!? I’m not sure if I love it or think it’s super cheesy…either way it invokes a response which is a good thing.
lovelyyy reminds me of Klimpt a bit.
I don’t even have words great enough to explain these pieces, WoW!
people are beautiful..peace:)
I love it!!
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I think knowing that she went to my college makes me more proud to be going there. She did a presentation today, at orientation, and I was honestly amazed by her work. And also astonished that I have seen her work on other blogs before. She inspired me. Even though I an overall a writer.
what college is that!
California College of the Arts.
oh ok cool
Totally reminiscent of Klimt. Love it.
Love the texture and the tone.Brilliant!
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