Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Going green

Colour company Pantone has declared green as its colour of the year for 2017. The colour, aptly named Greenery, is described by Pantone as a "tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore, experiment and reinvent". 
It seemed therefore fitting to go green whilst taking a more relax approach to a bit of watercolor art, I produced for my little eden weddings store. 
I started with some loose foliage forms then added splats of paint by gently flicking the brush in a controlled way to give the work more vitality, interest and life.

I then decided to grab a pot placed in the center of my paper and produce another piece of art in a wreath design using the pot as a circular template.

I was quite pleased with my little painting session, although I did color adjust the artwork to match and be a little more green with the tone of the greenery theme.
My new greenery wedding set now available at www.mylittleedenweddings.com just in time for a spring wedding. See the whole set here













I also have a few other hand painted greenery collections for weddings in www.mylittleedenweddings.com store. 
Spring greenery leaves watercolor art wedding
Spring greenery leaves watercolor art wedding
by Sarah Trett for mylittleedenweddings
Green Oncidium orchid wedding
Green Oncidium orchid wedding
by Sarah Trett for mylittleedenweddings
Green catkins willow watercolor art wedding
Green catkins willow watercolor art wedding
by Sarah Trett for mylittleedenweddings











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