Beautiful and demure woman artwork. The method for creating this was to utilize a hand-made watercolor paintings, then scan it in, then add and the line work digitally. Second, was to remove the lines, then reveal the organic, free elements of paint below. This combines both traditional and digital media in order to achieve a contemporary look. This is part of a watercolor blue series, focusing on figurative elements and reducing the imagery down to shapes and lines. It is a continual process of reduction, to evoke simplicity with form and color. This art is now available for sale exclusively at society 6 here.
Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 1″ border for framing.
Beautiful Watercolor mixed with smooth line work depicting a woman in repose created by Artist Stevyn Llewellyn. Now exclusively for sale here.
This hand painted watercolor combined with a digital illustration merges both traditional and modern art making techniques in order to achieve sensuous lines merged with spontaneous watercolor effects. This technique is a result of experimentation and refinement.
Also available on apparel, pillows, phone cases, and more.
I’ve been busy working a a capsule series of figurative pieces based off of one of my abstract watercolor paintings, which I left outside in the rain to achieve the spontaneous texture. I then scanned it the painting, and used one of my vector drawings to create the final work digitally. This weds both traditional and digital media for a clean image, with references to the female form and my textile design background.
It is now for sale here as an archival gilcee print, and apparel.
To Capture the fleeting moments of beauty in time can only be achieved by impressions, lines, approximations. One wonders about the nature of beauty—It’s timeless appeal, it’s power…It’s subjectivity. The changeless female form is an archetype in it’s own right—a link to history and mystery.
This watercolor is an attempt to try to emulate simplicity while honoring the female form. Inspired initially by a photograph I took, I saw the potential for a line drawing. Trying to achieve a consistent style is vital.