Unfinished artworks

I like starting new projects a lot. So much that I don’t finish the old ones before I start new ones. These are some of the works I’ve started, but never finished.

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These are all watercolor pieces with flower themes. It’s no secret that I like this topic.

The first flower was going to be a water lily. I went with a color range that was a bit dark. This could help indicate that it was around nighttime.

The second piece is a still life painting. I wanted to practice by painting a few different objects in the same work. I usually go for very simple artworks where I focus on one object. This was a bit of a challenge for me.

The last picture is from a rose I began painting. I’ve painted quite a lot of roses before. This one was smaller than I’m used to. Therefore I had a bit of an issue getting all of the details right. It’s far from done and I wonder if I’ll ever get to finish it.

 

I also hit one year on Duolingo!
I’m learning French as my 5th language. It makes learning into a game. I wish learning art could work like this too X)

13 thoughts on “Unfinished artworks

  1. Well done with DuoLingo! I’m only on day 87, so this is great motivation! I love the idea of an unfinished art post. It’s so easy to think of yourself as a failure if you haven’t finished but it’s so useful to look back and reflect.

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  2. Bonjour ou bonsoir mon Ami ,Amie

    Notre amitié elle est importante pour moi
    Tes petits messages déposés sur mon blog
    C’est comme une flamme d’un feu de bois
    Qui dans mon cœur me met de la joie
    Cette amitié je la regarde comme le soleil ou une étoile qui brille dans le ciel
    Elle reste éternelle
    En attendant je te dis bonne journée ou belle soirée
    Bisous amicales

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  3. “To finish a work? To finish a picture? What nonsense! To finish it means to be through with it, to kill it, to rid it of its soul, to give it its final blow the coup de grace for the painter as well as for the picture.” -Pablo Picasso

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