The Garden Shed

Who says I don’t try new things? And three out of three. I’m really going for it now!

Today’s watercolour actually looks better in real life, but I’ll put that down to my cracked mobile phone. It’s an English Country Garden, with a shed.

Only, I’ve attempted to paint it Fibonacci style. Fibonacci style is a guide rather than a rule, which is handy considering I’ve gone rather skewy over by the right there, but hey ho! First attempt and all that.

As I’m trying to get as many watercolours in this month as I can, I will be having other attempts at Fibonacci art… although a new Bathroom is on the horizon, which may cause the odd plan or two to become slightly scuppered.

Well, it is #WorldWatercolorMonth after all, so why not try new things?

18 Comments on “The Garden Shed

  1. A good effort Tom, so don’t knock it!!! 🙂

    Never heard of that painting style, but then I’m not into painting these days!!! 🙂

    God Bless!


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    • Thanks, Prenin. The ‘style’ is actually more to do with mathematics rather than painting, and it tends to filter through to quite a lot of things.

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  2. You made me go and look up the Fibonacci style of painting, you clever fellow! I already knew about the Fibonacci sequence, but I didn’t realize it had been applied to painting composition. Very cool!

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    • Everything is connected somehow, Diane. The amount of paintings that use the Fibonacci style seems quite vast… I’m wondering if they were all deliberate, or just coincidence.

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