Inspiration 1: The Book Anything with “Wabi Sabi” has my immediate attention, as many of you have guessed by now. Wabi-wabi Painting with Cold Wax by Serena Barton is on my list of Great Art Books to read. Beautifully laid out, logically presented and is easy to follow along and ‘ad lib. Continue reading “Cold Wax …. travel to a new place”
the watercolor brush softly kisses the paper in its magical dance with color……
Discovering the secrets Inside paint pigments is one of the most fun and satisfying activities that an artist will do.
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Do you like eating your greens? Personally I love eating my greens BUT…. painting them is a whole lot more fun….. !! I did these watercolour samples back in the spring (hence the title of this post). These lovely shades of green (and some neutrals) were created by mixing…
Thick, dollops of impasto oil paints. Swirls of jade and emerald and naples yellow merge and rise on the canvas.
Light Red can be an excellent addition to your watercolor painting palette. Years ago, I’d tried a few. Well, quite alot actually! And gave up in disgust. The ones I’d chosen were too muddy. Too dull. They did not mix and blend well with the other colors on my palette either. Causing a great dealContinue reading “Watercolor Light Red …quick demos”
To master color, what I do…. is Experiment. Master Color, Watercolors Alot of it. But, it is so fun. It Can be super fast, like this one! 5 Minutes. And you learn so much from every practice you do. I find that setting aside the 5 minutes, insteadContinue reading “To Master Color….”
When it all falls apart. The watercolors have gone 20 different ways. And none of them were your way. “What a lovely feeling to know, that I’ll wake up and have a fresh start tomorrow!” Fresh Start with Watercolors I was working in my visual journal, the one that isn’tContinue reading “Watercolor Fresh Start Tomorrow – Love It!”
Atwell Gallery has provided myself and thousands of people with fresh new creative discoveries. It was here, while teaching class at Atwell this joyful, sparkling watercolor was created. Like many other absolute beginners, the person was uncertain and just a little apprehensive. Maybe more so. I can only imagine. It makes me think ofContinue reading “Watercolor – Joy and Love”
7 easy tips in mastering color for beginners watercolors!