Purple She: A watercolor

Before I went to school and studied art (Advertising & Graphic Design) I was an artist who created solely from imagination. But having the learn the “rules” of “proper” art, I became some what rigid.

I somewhat lost my freedom to create on a whim. That freshness returned with a vengance in November 2013 when I went to Europe for 10 days. That freshness is what gave life to this blog and everything you find on it.

Purple She is my recent watercolor piece.

Original art done by Candice Coates in watercolor.
Original art done by Candice Coates in watercolor.

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9 thoughts on “Purple She: A watercolor

    1. 😀 thank you very much! I am really excited about my journey with watercolors. Of course part of that is due to the instant gratification that they bring. 😉 As far as her meaning, I was really just thinking about painting massive hair, BUT art is objective so how ever it speaks to you is what it means 🙂

      1. 🙂 Maybe one day in the near future I will put it on my etsy store front for sale. Selling prints of my art has been something at the back of my mind for a long time now.

      2. Woo hoo. Good for YOU. Why not. Be sure to be kind to yourself. Don’t…just…just.
        I have a sister who did awesome bridal gowns. Almost gave away her work. People took advantage of her soft heart. Take care and have a fabulous weekend.

      3. Thank you very much for that advice. I want people to be able to have access to art but I have to treat myself in a worthy way while doing so. This has been a struggle for me. My goodness its almost as if you are reading my mail 😉

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