Thursday, March 24, 2016

Do-Something-Everyday: Peacock Pyrography Watercolor Art


Do-Something-Everyday: Day 2 of 365

For day 2 of my DSE project, I am posting another of my pyrographic watercolor art with my favorite bird, the peacock. Peacock is the national bird of India and it pops up a lot in many of the art and crafts I do. Below are the process shots:







To see other posts on the Do-Something-Everyday challenge, click on the Do Something Everyday tab at the top of the page.

Linked to Paint Party Friday. Thanks to Eva and Kristin for hosting.

13 comments:

  1. Just gorgeous art, Indira. Really love the peacocs and the colours you use.
    Thank you for your visit my site.
    Wishing you Happy PPF xx

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  2. Your peacocks are wonderful, you have so much talent. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Stunning work! And in such an interesting medium. I particularly like the cascading flowers.

    Happy PPF!

    Best wishes,
    Liz

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous!

    EAGHL
    http://trigra.blogspot.com

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  5. I love the peacock and this is just gorgeous. I particularly like the yellow flowers spilling off the tree.
    Happy PPF

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  6. Ohhhh this is stunning. The shapes and detailed colors. Very nice indeed.

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  7. WOW! The detailing in the gorgeous pyrography peacock scene is mesmerizing. Happy PPF!

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  8. and again I learned something new-didn't know the peacock was the national bird of India. They are quite majestic aren't they-and your painting of one is gorgeous!!

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  9. I've not heard of pyrography and will look further to know what it is. I'm guessing it has to do with burning but I could be totally wrong! At any rate your work is beautiful and the color is vivid and happy!

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  10. Wow this turned out beautifully!! Scrumptious colour and detail!

    Hugs Giggles

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  11. My goodness they are beautiful. Peacocks live in my neighborhood and I often get a glorious glimpse of them.

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  12. My goodness they are beautiful. Peacocks live in my neighborhood and I often get a glorious glimpse of them.

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