Making business cards out of an ancient failed painting. Truth- Artists never throw anything away. #watercolor #branding #recycle
No. 5The Demo. With the Colerain Artists. What a fun group. #watercolor #100bouquets #relievedtobedone
No. 4-The practice bouquet. I'm going to do a demo for an art club tomorrow. What could go wrong? #watercolor #100bouquets #fearofpublicspeaking
Redbuds blooming in the tree line. I did get to what I was planning on painting. #watercolor #whatsblooming #landscape
No. 3--Redbud Branch
One of the things I like most is how the trees provide such a burst of color, but when you get up close, the blooms are tiny clusters. Barely there. When there are a lot of trees they look like a ribbon of color.
A note about brushes. My very favorite brush at the moment in an Isabey 1 inch flat pure kolinsky sable. I use it 99% of the time, and for some reason, they appear to not be available anywhere....hmmm. I took my brush on a field trip last week (see here) and hadn't put it back yet--so instead, I did this painting with a squirrel mop brush. I'm a loose painter to begin with, and going to a mop brush forces me even looser. It's fun.
Quin Burnt Orange, Quin red, and Indanthrone blue on Fabriano 300 lb rough watercolor paper.
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April 04, 2017 at 10:37AM
Is a watercolor artist that lives in Cincinnati, OH. This is a combination of instagram posts and blogger posts.