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Methods and Madness

Sometimes I paint fast and loose

Other times quite controlled

The subject decides the method

But each work has the same goal:

A painting that is successful

And beautiful to behold!


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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Musically Inclined Series by Daily Painter Bertie Brown Original Musical Motif Watercolor

Rhythm & Blues
original watercolor still life with shells, bottle:14"w x 13 1/2"h
Musically Inclined
original contemporary musical motif watercolor/horn: 11"w x 14"h
Water Music
original watercolor still life, shells and sand: 11"w x 14"h

Conch en Fa

There once was seashell named Conch

Who was lonely and displeased with his lot

So he puffed out his cheek

Buzzed a low mellow screech

Now he’s part of the rock group “Conch-crete”


Musically Inclined

original musical motif watercolor still life: 17 1/2"w x 22 1/2"h

Dynamic Duo

That’s the name

The horn and violin

Were given in their fame

They play well together

Then each plays alone

One plucks and bows

The other buzzes into a mouthpiece for tones

With fervent fingers flying

Over keys and bridge

The audience is left sighing

Applauding all that they did!


Musically Inclined

original contemporary musical motif watercolor: 13 1/2"w x 10 1/2"h

Going Solo

The piano stands alone

Neither lost nor forlorn

Just a confident fellow

Black and white outside

Inside, mellow.

Its song is melodious

With high notes that soar

But can be quite odious

When notes don’t sound sure

One thing is certain

With a rising stage curtain

The piano likes to play

The solos he’s given

In a most excellent way!


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