Magic of Watercolour? A secret ingredient? Look closer. We love, watercolours. Happy colors. Objects we can define. And yet, watercolours…. so often, seem to escape our mastery. The More, we ‘try,’ the more muddled they become. Watercolour Mastery I’d love to introduce you to Blamire Young. He is the true magicianContinue reading “Watercolour’s Magical Ingredient”
I love this photograph of a pelican my daughter took while at the Perth zoo. It almost looked like an eagle’s wing, at first. Massive and beautiful. The wing, filled with black and white feathers joined together. Imagine……. The day wasn’t bright nor shining. No. More the kind that haunts inContinue reading “Unity….. imagine”
The canvas of sky and sea, spectacular! Dark Storms thundering across the sky with waves beaten white….
The Zoo. A place to go for “lions, tigers and bears.” Ok, snakes, zebras, penguins and kangaroos, too. Busy Perth Zoo The crowds are large. Jostling. Pushing. Tapping. Tailgaters every where. Its not just the roads they’re on anymore. I wonder, at their big rush… at the zoo. Of all places.Continue reading “Of All Places….”
I made a purchase I thought I’d most likely regret. But for $12.99 I was willing to take the risk! Watercolor Brushes I’ve been using and recommending the Rekab 320s #2 squirrel watercolor brush for 20+ years. Many of my Art Basics, watercolor posts have the brush mentioned, frequently. NewContinue reading “New Watercolor Brush”
Spring gardens in Australia, bursting with colors!
Brilliant! Bold cobalt sky. Layers and layers of orange red cliffs. Stunning, Kalbarri Gorges……
Lines of abstraction and Lines of uniqueness. The zebra is stamped with individuality. No two patterns are ever, replicated. I Love that….. Nature is so clever! Perth Zoo Discoveries made, with 2 excited explorer helpers, provided us all with lots of photos and a treasury of fun memories. Giraffe, brolga, tiger, hyena, wild dog,Continue reading “Black and White Patterns”
A Silly take on last Saturday’s whirlwind trip. I’ve created an Abstract acrylic painting on canvas using the palette knife in fun swirls of yellow, greens, blues. A bit of silliness, never hurts! My interpretation and explanation for ‘Silly’ today, is simply that the yellow represents the lovely yellow shirt our granddaughter wore whenContinue reading “Silly Saturday: Yellow and Greens”
What a show! Acres of everlastings, pathways of magenta, burgundy, claret kangaroo paws, with tall dark, handsomely curving branches framing Perth city views. I was off to the city for a not so fun appointment which finished early. An ‘early mark’ that was fun. King’s Park was only around the corner……. how could IContinue reading “Spring Splendour at King’s Park Perth”