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Painting of the day (watercolour) / Slike dana (akvarel)

watercolour/vodene boje

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  1. That painting is a little creepy! Looks like she's crying blood. :-O

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  2. The stroke and colors you used on this one look quite powerful.

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  3. is amazing !!!!!!!!!!!


    kisses



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  4. That is awesome!

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  5. So beautiful Ivana - there's so much emotion in her eyes! Your watercolour art truly is amazing; so talented! :)

    aglassofice.com
    x

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  6. I like it!!!!

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  7. Is the soul crying? Why?

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  8. So many of your subject seem so sad and this may be the queen of tears herself. Lovely stuff dear!

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  9. Beautiful paint my dear ❤
    She is fantastic, full of emotions, I love it !!

    Ksses from Poland ❤

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  10. Wow...it paint super amazing...thx for sharing honey...:-)

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  11. Great post! Thanks for sharing! Happy Thursday!
    much love, Len
    http://www.lenparent.com

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  12. Lovely post :)

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  13. Nice post!!!
    Chiara
    http://www.chiaraangiolino.it/

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  14. So artistic always Ivana, I find very difficult to paint in watercolour
    Have a lovely day! xxx
    www.travelera.es

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  15. Great painting - it's very hard to use watercolors but it looks amazing :)

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  16. The painting is amazing! Why she is crying?
    Wish you a nice day Ivana))

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  17. so pretty!

    Eliana,
    https://around-eliana.blogspot.pt/

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  18. Looks nice, but why so sad?

    Lu | www.balgarka.co.uk

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  19. Divna krupnooka devojka! Odlican rad Ivanice

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  20. Ivana cosa esprimono i suoi occhi?
    L'acquerello è sempre fantastico come la tua arte
    Un abbraccio

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  21. Very beautiful, but also a sadness.
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  22. Que lindo amei a ilustração
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  23. Hello Ivana! Your painting is so full of emotions, I really like that it carries a message and it's full of contents. And in my opinion that lody is little bit similar to you, dear, she looks almost the same like you, my dear Ivana :)
    Have a lovely evening, dear!

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    1. thank you dear, maybe she does, artists often paint themselves, even without realizing it.

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  24. Great!!! Greetings





























    Great!!! Greetings!:)

    xxBasia


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  25. Divna je, Ivanice! Ima enormnu snagu... jaku emociju! Odusevljena sam! :*

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  26. Hey Ivana! Happy to see that you're improving a lot, everything is magical in this portrait: the light, the shades of blue and obviously how you managed the watercolor technique (very easy to use in my opinion over these years!)

    Have a lovely weekend, and never stop painting!
    Pablo
    Fungi Express blog

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  27. Getting a powerful feeling looking at the painting. Lovely work and message through the art...:)

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  28. Pravi primer da slika govori više od 1000 reči. Nije samo prelepa već u sekundi vodi u neki drugi svet koji stoji iza toj pogleda koji si magično prenela <3

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  29. I LIKE! Love this art!! <3

    marisa
    http://summersnackies.blogspot.co.id/2016/06/on-personal-note.html

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  30. Predivno, svaka cast! ♥
    Zapratila sam te, ako zelis uzvrati ♥
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  31. Another beautiful illustration! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose NEW POST

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  32. Hey, lovely blog!
    Wanna follow each other??
    Let me know if you want because i want it too :) Leave a comment on my blog and I'll follow you directly, don't forget to follow mine
    xoxo, Sylvi Gautama
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  33. Very expressive as are the rest of your work. One could almost give this different interpretations. She could be crying. My daughter says it could be her makeup running. Different perspectives but there's no denying your great talent Ivana. Great use of colors. She is pretty regardless. Have a lovely weekend girl and get some rest too okay.

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  34. what a lovely post my dear
    the painting is amazing
    simply love it!
    lovely :)
    with love your AMELY ROSE

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  35. Che bello!! :)

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  36. Loving thee colors you used!! Great one!
    Dora www.BangsBang.com

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  37. Very beautiful!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase
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  38. She looks melancholy. What a striking painting!x

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  39. I agree with the comments above, this one does look and feel a little different than your usual artwork, I'd love to hear more about the inspiration behind it! :) It does feel quite powerful but also a little sad, perhaps melancholic like Kezzie said. x I like the colours you used, quite dark but they work so well. <3 Hope you're doing well, darling! Kisses. x x

    Kay
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  40. Wow that looks super sad
    xx

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  41. Amazing work ! You are talented.

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