painting of a woman saying she is the opposite of a thirst trap. She is a well-hydrated escape. A quenched liberation. An aquatically-sated emancipation.
painting of a woman saying she is the opposite of a thirst trap. She is a well-hydrated escape. A quenched liberation. An aquatically-sated emancipation. Opposite of Thirst Trap - Original Bath Watercolour Painting Opposite of Thirst Trap - Original Bath Watercolour Painting Opposite of Thirst Trap - Original Bath Watercolour Painting Opposite of Thirst Trap - Original Bath Watercolour Painting Opposite of Thirst Trap - Original Bath Watercolour Painting
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"Aquatically-Sated Emancipation" just rolls right off the tongue. Or maybe "well-hydrated escape" is better?

 

Painted on 16"x20" 140lb cold pressed watercolour paper. Since these paintings are loose and scrappy (and painted in a dang bathtub!) they may have a smudge or two, but that's all part of their charm.

Signed on the back. Add a note if you want it signed on the front as well.

 

 

This is a bathtub painting! I have a unique art studio, in an old by-the-hour hotel, complete with hotel bathtub. I initially made paintings in it on a dare, but it evolved into a whole process that became a full show called "I Made These Paintings in the Bath."

Is it weird to paint in a bath? Perhaps. Is it really hard to keep a steady hand in the tub? You bet! But is it oddly therapeutic and full of conceptual possibilities? Is it ever!