July Watercolor Paintings II

watercolor landscape, #worldwatercolormonth, debiriley.com

I planned ahead! Another group of Watercolor paintings I’ve painted a couple weeks ago and set aside for the #worldwatercolormonth of July.   And as July is nearly over, I had to get on the ball to get them posted out.

There’s more large paintings in watercolor and acrylics,  in my Gallery too!

watercolor landscape, #worldwatercolormonth, debiriley.com
The River Bends, debiriley.com



miniature watercolor landscape with squirrel brush, Rekab 320s, debiriley.com, brushes for beginners
One Inch Miniature watercolor, Rekab320s brush




watercolor landscape, teal and lime, debiriley.com
Shore’s Edge, sample using cobalt teal blue,   Miniature    debiriley.com


watercolor trees painting debiriley.com
Watercolor Trees painting debiriley.com


watercolour tips, ultramarine blue pb29, debiriley.com
Ultramarine Mountain, watercolors


A Forest of Firs watercolours debiriley.com
A Forest of Firs watercolor Miniature,     debiriley.com


You’ll note my paintings have both an Australian flair as well as a North American flavor.  Find out more  about me,  on my About Page!



watercolor landscapes easy for beginners, simple watercolor technique to start, debiriley.com
Start Easy, watercolors debiriley.com (c)






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The act of creation, in any media is a fascinating and magical process. I simply love to create. Expressing in color, line, tone, texture - as if, they were words upon a page. Creating a uniquely me, interpretation. Enjoy More of my "one-of-a-kind" expressive art at society6.com/debiriley and, redbubble.com/people/debijriley/shop

20 thoughts on “July Watercolor Paintings II

    1. thanks! I’m going to try to get them onto my shop Society 6 as prints in the next…. when the dust settles, LOL but as soon as I can anyway. reminding me, always helps too ! 🙂

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  1. lovely! love the colors!! what kind of paper? doesn’t quite look like arches rough?

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    1. Thanks Kathy!! the top one is Arches rough and the bottom is Saunders Cold press (the ‘group’ was really just my family, but we carried on so much laughing the whole way it was like a bus load of people!)


    1. hi Sharon, thank you. The small glimpses, to me, seem more intimate. More serene and filling. Glad that you enjoyed these quick snippets 🙂


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