Planning another trip this summer and since it’s going to involve airports and security scanners, I’m taking up my watercolors again. They’ve never been my favorite medium, but they sure are the most portable – and some people manage to make them so pretty. I’m determined to learn their secrets. I’ve heard tell of watercolorists […]
Originally posted on Leslie White: The Beginning Watercolor class also ended this week. I only had three students for this session. That meant we were able to cover quite a bit of material in a six week session. Gayle Brown2 The first week we learned about the watercolor paper (we use Arches 140lb coldpress right…
This one took me all night to do. The strange thing is, I’m not sure how I did it. I sat down and started painting. I was watching a tv series online and kept getting up to paint..watch some more..paint some more etc. I like this one but I never know what to do with […]
Hi friends! Today I have a fun and lose watercolor project for you to paint! Relax, grab your supplies and take a 10 minute painting break:) Supplies I used: Shizen Handmade watercolor paper #140 (300gsm) *Tear down to size for deckle edges Yarka Watercolor in Tubes Student Grade, but the professional pans White Nights Watercolor […]
Serenity…. when you realise that sometime later, you WILL have the painting skills to showcase your art to full potential. It may not be today, but it will happen.
Forest Watercolor Landscapes by Anna Armona DeviantArt | Instagram Ukrainian artist Anna Armona creates very colorful and rich watercolor paintings in which she mainly depicts forests. The critics call her work a kind of a celebration of nature’s beauty. Although in today’s selection will be featured paintings showing exclusively trees, Anna Armona is fond of […]
A collection of my watercolors & watercolor-sketches painted in 2017, August. Eine Sammlung meiner Aquarelle & Aquarell-Skizzen, gemalt im August 2017.
Red Rocks of Sedona in Watercolor. In trying to keep up with practicing and posting a watercolor painting every other day for #WorldWatercolorMonth in July, I had a little bit of time last evening to give my first go at painting a very loose and quick landscape of a photo I took on our recent […]
I feel so blessed to be able to see these sweet baby swans swim daily by my house. Most days they stop by, have a bite to eat and sun themselves on the warm sand. I have dozens of photos of them. I’m hoping to spend lots of time painting them with my watercolors. […]
I love being where the sky meets the ocean. Throughout the day, nature puts on a show. Often, I cannot leave till the last bit of light fades away. “Solo Flight” watercolor received People’s Choice award in the Nature and The Landscape competition at Gallery 50 in Bridgeton, NJ. What a thrill it is to […]