About the artwork:
A watercolor portrait of a woman from the Netherlands, painted on a Canson watercoloring pad. The features of northern Europeans are so strong, and I have found them rather intimidating. However, I painted this woman to showcase that the expression is truly what would carry a face. The gentility in her eyes and her slightly parted lips is intended to captivate the audience to speak to her as though she were real.
See more of Kat's work here.
Print: Digital print on 270gsm ultra-fine matte paper
Frame: Prints are enclosed in glass, 1" matting and a 1/2" light wood frame; with hooks attached. No string or wire.
Small Artwork Size: 6" x 9"
Size with Frame: 8" x 11"
Medium Artwork Size: 8" x 12"
Size with Frame: 10" x 14"
*Note: Actually colors may differ slightly, due to display vs. printer settings.
About Kat Villapol:
Kathleen Ann Villapol is a traditional artist, budding illustrator, and future Civil Engineer. She wishes to convey that there is art to science and engineering through her architectural style paintings and sketches, and to prove that there is also a science to art through realism in her watercolor portraits and sketches on human anatomy. Her art is often realistic, pseudo-realistic, and architectural; with the exception of her personal cartoon digital illustrations. Having no formal training, she was forced to self-teach the various mediums and intends to experiment with oil and acrylic painting in the near future.