No. 200 and No. 1--Orange Flowers From Kroger
I've met some fabulous people electronically (Rhonda Carpenter and Laura Starrett, I'm thinking of you), and painted and painted, and painted. I think I'm getting better. I'll check back in another 5 years.
My paintings are getting more and more abstract, so logically, I'm starting a project that's literal. #100bouquets. I'm taking this up after following Lauren Everett Finn's similar efforts. This is my first, and it's on a full sheet. I figure to take about a year to get this done, although I reserve the right to take more time. I like to paint flowers, but they all just froze, which doesn't bode well, and I tend to get distracted.
Fabriano 300 lb rough watercolor paper. Daniel Smith, quin burnt orange, quin red, isoindoline yellow, nickel azo yellow, and phthalo blue rs.
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March 16, 2017 at 11:45AM
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