Happy St. Patrick's Day. Don't you love these green bubbles - all in the name of art, too.

Check out Mary Jane Noe's new bubble painting here as well as Barbara Sailor's bubble painting here. Rhonda Carpenter's first bubble painting can be seen here, and she has another in progress right now.

Mrs. O'Conner (Irish of course) is all decked out for St. Patty's day. Way to go! Her bubble painting was tops - a claw foot bath tub with a woman in it. It was sophisticated.

Shirley, our Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society President, seems very intent on what to create with her bubble print. Tomorrow's post will include one of my bubble paintings so ugly that it got washed off in the sink. Have a great day.


Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Looks like a great St Patricks day - even the dish of paint is green. Love your bubble painting idea... such fun.

Deb L├ęger said...

Thanks for posting these pics Sandy - now I understand more of how to do this bubble painting. And I really want to try it!

Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson said...

Sandy, those birch trees are absolutely beautiful! I am from New England and they are just calling to me. what a wonderful composition, and you captured the essence of the birch tree without a tremendous amount of detail. Well Done!

PS I am flattered to be listed in your blog sidebar as well! Thank you!

Margaret Ann said...

Thanks for the photos here...Really makes sense-I'm such a visual learner!!! LOL :)...Like Deb...I want to give it a go too!

Sandy Maudlin said...

Hi y'll, as we say here in the southwest corner of Indiana. Hope you try this and enjoy the process while creating a beautiful piece of art.

Nava said...

Ahhh, so that's how you do it!