If you read my weekly posts over on Scoutie Girl, than you probably already know how I feel about Annamaria Potamiti. If you don’t, than I’ll just tell you: I love her work! Annamaria tells a tiny story with each of her pieces. Some more obvious than others, and some perhaps even confusing, but that’s what I like most about it.
I was really inspired by her work. So on Monday, I wrote about Annamaria’s paintings and the power of story telling (as in telling the story of your work, not just a random story) on SG. It’s probably one of my favorite posts I’ve written this year for Tara, so I’d love for you to check it out when you get a chance.
And once you’ve read that, come back and take another look at Annamaria’s watercolors here on the blog and in her shop. And let me know what you think.
Visit Annamaria Potamiti on etsy to view more of her work.
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Thank you so much Brittni! What a lovely surprise!annamaria potamiti
Hi Kate. I love her watercolors as well. I cannot wait to receive my first one of her pieces in the mail and see what her work looks like in person. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I love ArtHound.papernstitch
oh, this is a lovely surprise to see annamaria’s work here. i just love her watercolors. thanks for reminding me how much i enjoy her work!kate
Hey Clare. Seems like we are on the same page, as usual. 🙂 Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment. Talk to you soon.papernstitch
I am totally in love with Annamaria’s work. It’s so unique and beautiful and I am definitely drawn in by the narrative quality!clare