San Simeon Beach , Cambria , California
I would like to share two of my ocean watercolor paintings that have been beautifully framed and displayed in their space. I'm very excited to share these together as it is a good example of two options for framing. Each painting is 22"x30" before framed.
The top painting is classically all dressed up with a double cut mat to highlight the colors within the painting. The bottom, without a top mat so as to reveal the deckled edges characteristic of high quality watercolor paper by Arches.
Most importantly each has been professionally framed with care to preserve the longevity of each painting with UV protection. Frames are the icing on the cake and brings together the personality of not only the painting, but also it's owner. A good framer knows how to enhance the painting without distraction or that takes away from the artwork. From the artist view point of my pieces I couldn't be happier the care and thought that went into perserving each piece. What do you think?
Moonstone Beach, Cambria, California
Bodega Bay, California 22"x30" watercolor sea-scape by Victoria Kloch
If you have ever painted with watercolors you know they are unpredictable. That's the exciting part, all sorts of fun colors and shapes happen as the water finds it's place and sometimes it doesn't work out to well. When I began this piece I wanted to create a sky that was as powerful as the ocean. This original piece is now available.
With the heart of a minimalist who paints complicated.