Dawn at the Dollmaker's House




Dawn at the Dollmaker's
Dixie Redmond, © 2009

I finally finished the washy painting inspired by what the interior of Izannah Walker's shop might have been like. If you'd like to see what it looked like before these final stages, click here. In painting, every time you add another layer, you gain some things, but you lose things as well. It's a trade-off. I lost color in this, but gained atmosphere and mood, and so I'm happy with that. I will be listing this painting on Ebay later this evening, so be sure to check the listing.

Here are some details of the painting:






9 comments:

  1. Dixie , I just love, love, love it ! Wish I had some $$$
    hugs, Lone

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  2. Love it Dixie! I think Izannah would have loved it too!

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  3. It's like being in a dream Dix! You did such an amazing job! You know I love the theme!
    Nan

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  4. Such a beautiful picture, Dixie! The mood you've created is wonderful. To me it looks like the dolls are ready and waiting for little girls to wake up and walk in and choose them and treasure them forever. :o)

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  5. How can you bear to part with it?? It's so wonderful, Dixie!

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  6. Thanks for your kind comments :-) I had fun painting this.

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  7. Dixie, The painting finished off so well. I'm glad you're doing so well on Ebay with it. Mary Goddard.

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  8. Dixie, your Painting is just so very beautiful amazing. I love it so, I in awe. If only I could sit with them and play.

    Smiles,
    Becky

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  9. Dixie, I saw this pic and fell in love with it, I didnt at first realize that you had painted it.....its WONDERFUL!!!how clever are you!!!!

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