Come falling down
"Come falling down"
approx 30 x 11
watercolor on paper

I did this one when my joints were deserting me. Walking on two canes, I saw myself in the falling shapes. I have since had both knees and a shoulder replaced, Now, I'm using pink a lot. Breast cancer.

Martha Keim-St. Louis
Winter Blues
"Winter Blues"
13 x 21
W & N on 140# Arches CP

Analogous scheme in the Blue, Purple, Violet range to quite red, with a touch of other colors here and there.

Richard L. Price
barchet lake
"barchet lake"
11x 15 inch

This is a painting of a little swampy lake close to my home. Little Islands are swimming loosly in the lake and they move around where the wind blows them , this constantly changes the look of the lake. A very special place.

Claudia Arztmann
Velvet Hills - Lindis Pass
"Velvet Hills - Lindis Pass"
40 cm x 25 cm
Arches Rough 180 gsm

The Lindis Pass in the NZ South Island's McKenzie country is a very dry area - hot in summeer, cold in winter - that is source for many great landscape views. This one is painted in raw sienna, burnt sienna and ultramarine blue

Roy Boston
Andes Mountain view from Santiago Chile
"Andes Mountain view from Santiago Chile"
11 x 6
Arches 140 lb cold pressed, WN transparent watercolors

I decided to attempt this months challenge quickly yesterday. Good practice, you know! This is from a photo I took a few years ago while on a trip to Santiago Chile. The day was gorgeous and the view of the snow capped Andes with summer wildflowers was awesome! I painted this with the analogous colors of Cerulean Blue and WN yellow and using those 2 to make the greens. I did touch in a bit of Bt Sienna to gray down the mountains. Great quick project and challenge!

Rosie Phillips
Rockland Lake South
"Rockland Lake South"
11' x 14" image
Arches 140 lb cold press

Painted on site and sold at silent auction yesterday for Palisades Parks at the Knickerbocker Ice Festival, Nyack, NY. Not analagous colors really but all I've done this year.

Mary E. Whitehill
Nearing Chester
"Nearing Chester"
1/8 sheet
W&N 140# CP

The pigments are Mn Blue Hue, Ult. Violet & Viridian... neutralized in places with their complements... but since these last were only used to neurtalize, I figure it's still analogous. Oh, and black ink obviously

Pat Davis